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News |  28 Feb 2015 15:18 |  By RnMTeam

'Citylights' bags three awards at the Mirchi Music Awards

MUMBAI: 'Citylights' ruled at the Mirchi Music Awards, which took place at the Yash Raj Studio, as the team walked away with three accolades. Rashmi Singh won Upcoming Lyricist of the Year, while Listeners Choice Song of the Year went to the track ‘Muskurane’ and ‘Soney Do’ was awarded Raag Based Song.

 

‘2 States’ took home two gongs- Album of the year – Jury and Music Composer of the Year, which went to Shankar Ehsaan Loy. Shankar and Loy were on hand to receive the award; however Ehsaan was away at a performance.

The Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Happy New Year’ also received two awards for Lyricist of the Year, which was given to Irshad Kamil and Sound Engineering of the Year, which went to Satchith Harvey, Abhishek Ghatak and Murli.

The event was hosted by Aditya Narayan and Ayushmann Khurrana, while Palak Muchhal opened the show with a performance of her songs ‘Ice Cream Kahonge’, ‘Meri Aashiqui’ and others.

Singer Sugandha Mishra tickled the funny bone of the audiences by posing as the ‘Queen of Melody’ Lata Mangeshkar. She poked fun at various composers including Yo Yo Honey Singh and Meet Brothers, and commented on the similarity of the songs being produced today in a comical manner.

Lyricist Javed Akhtar was conferred with the Lifetime Achievement Award and while delivering his acceptance speech, he became emotional and remembered to thank Yash Chopra who instilled faith in him and gave him a first break as a lyricist. “I was always a script writer and I secretly liked writing shayris and poems. Only a few of them knew about my liking and it so happened that Yashji got to know about my liking and it was him who pushed me to write lyrics and I was very skeptical doing so but then I did it,” he said. He also appealed the producers to give a free hand to composers and singers. Singers like Sonu Nigam, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Abhijeet, Anu Malik, Shankar Mahadevan, Ankit Tiwari and Alka Yagnik paid tribute to the living legend by singing his songs.

Full list of winners

Song of the year - JURY

Zehnaseeb (Hasee to Phasee)

Album of the year - JURY

Two States

Royal Stag Listeners Choice Song of the year

Muskurane (Citylights)

Royal Stag Listeners Choice Album of the year

Ek Villain

Female Vocalist of the year

Nooran Sisters( Patakha Guddi)

Male Vocalist of the year

Arijit Singh (Samjhaava)

Music Composer of the year

Shankar Ehsaan Loy(Mastmagan)

Lyricist of the year

Irshad Kamil (Manwa Lage)

Upcoming Male Vocalist of the year

Gulraj Singh(Pakeezah)

Upcoming Female Vocalist of the year

Nooran Sisters( Patakha Guddi)

Upcoming Music Composer of the year

Raj Prakash (Arziyaan)

Upcoming Lyricist of the year

Rashmi Singh(Muskurane)

Programmer & Arranger of the Year

Bharat Goral and Meet Bros & Anjjan(Ragini MMS 2)

Sound Engineering of the Year

Satchith Harvey, Abhishek Ghatak & Murli(Happy New Year)

Background Score of the Year

Vishal Bhardwaj (Haider)

Indi Pop Song of the year

Rab Jaane (Back 2 Love)

Song representing Sufi tradition

Shana Waleya (Dekh Tamasha Dekh)

Raag based Song

Sone Do (Citylights)

Royal Stag Make It Large

Alia Bhatt

Royal Stag Diva of Dancing Hits

Madhuri Dixit

Lifetime Achievement Award

Javed Akhtar

Best Album of the Golden Era

Aar Paar

Jury’s Special Salute

Ram Laxman

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