Prahlada was five years old. Here is what Hiranyakashipu says to his servants in this chapter of the Srimad Bhagavatam:
O demons, take this boy away from me! He deserves to be killed. Kill him as soon as possible! This boy Prahlāda is the killer of my brother, for he has given up his family to engage in the devotional service of the enemy, Lord Viṣṇu, ...
The verse is not talking about cinema songs. Here is the original Sanskrit:
jihvaikato ’cyuta vikarṣati māvitṛptā śiśno ’nyatas tvag-udaraṁ śravaṇaṁ kutaścit |
ghrāṇo ’nyataś capala-dṛk kva ca karma-śaktir bahvyaḥ sapatnya iva geha-patiṁ lunanti ||
Prahlada is talking about how the different sense-organs are pulling him in different directions, ...
God does not normally interfere in worldly affairs.
Resorting to Prakrti, Nature, which is My own Power, I send forth
again and again this multitude of beings that are without any freedom,
owing to Nature's sway over them.
These activities do not in any way bind Me, because I remain detached
like one unconcerned in their midst.
There are different stories for this event. What I have heard is as follows (the story I have heard is similar to @Pravin):
Prahalad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu and son of Hiranyakashyap. Hiranyakashyap was a danav and treated Lord Vishnu as enemy. He never liked Prahalad worshiping lord Vishnu and used to punish him for it but Prahalad never ...