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News |  01 Mar 2016 10:23 |  By RnMTeam

'Bajirao Mastani' reigns at Mirchi Music awards

Music awards

MUMBAI: 'Bajirao Mastani' picked up eight honours at the eighth edition of the Mirchi Music awards, held at YRF Studios in Mumbai on Monday.

Pritam was adjudged best composer of the year, for 'Gerua' from 'Dilwale'. The song itself picked up the Song of the Year award too. Shreya Ghoshal's hummable 'Mohe Rang Do Laal' from 'Bajirao Mastani' expectedly fetched her the Female Vocalist of the Year award, while Papon once again picked up the Male Vocalist of the Year award for 'Moh Moh Ke Dhaage' from 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'.

The song also got Varun Grover the lyricist of the year award. Hrithik Roshan went up on stage to sing 'Tera Jaisa Yaar Kahaan' when the lifetime achievement award for uncle Rajesh Roshan was announced.

Jubin Nautiyal was adjudged Upcoming Male Vocalist of the Year for his 'Zindagi Kuch Toh Bata' (reprise) from 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', while Payal Dev took home the Upcoming Female Vocalist of the Year award for 'Ab Tujhe Jaane Na Doongi' from 'Bajirao Mastani'.

Amaal Malik picked up the honour for Upcoming Music Composer of the Year for his composition, 'Sooraj Dooba Hai' from 'Roy'. Another honour for 'Roy' - Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay was adjudged Upcoming Lyricist of the Year for 'Tu Hai Ki Nahin'.

Among the other honours, the Indi Pop Song of the Year went to 'Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon' from the album 'Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon' (single), while the Raag Based Song of the Year was picked up by 'Albela Sajan' from 'Bajirao Mastani'.

The Programmer & Arranger of the Year was shared by Shail Hada and Pritesh Mehta for 'Deewani Mastani', from 'Bajirao Mastani'. The Sound Engineer of the Year award went to Tanay Gajjar for the same song.

The Background Score of the Year was picked up by Sanchit Balhara for 'Bajirao Mastani'.

The Listener's Choice Song of the Year was 'Agar Tum Saath Ho' from 'Tamasha'.

The Listener's Choice Album of the Year went to 'Roy', while the Jury Award for Outstanding Contribution to Hindi Film Music went to veteran lyricist Yogesh.