Shankar Mahadevan, Euphoria, Kailash Kher win song awards

Shankar Mahadevan, Euphoria, Kailash KherShankar Mahadevan, Euphoria, Kailash Kher Separate awards for music, generally eccentric artistes, are unequivocally critical as cinema and strain need to be judged on opposite criteria, shared Kailash Kher.

Shankar Mahadevan, Euphoria and Kailash Kher emerged as winners during a sixth book of Artist Aloud Music Awards here. Artist Aloud, a height by Hungama that supports and promotes eccentric music, organized a awards rite on Wednesday.

Soumini Sridhara Paul, Vice President, Artist Aloud, Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., pronounced in a statement: “We trust that strain and talent go over what’s commercially available.”

While a Best Devotional Song endowment in a jury difficulty went to “Aadiyogi” (Kailash) and “Tutari” (Shankar Mahadevan), Euphoria won a Best Composer endowment in a jury difficulty for a strain “Jiya jaye na”. The rope also won a Best Song endowment in jury difficulty for it. It was common with Shreya Ghoshal.

“Separate awards for music, generally eccentric artistes, are unequivocally critical as cinema and strain need to be judged on opposite criteria. Separate awards for strain motivate musicians and pull them to give their best to a craft,” Kailash told IANS.

Winning a endowment for Best Hindi singular in a jury category, Shirley Setia said: “This is a initial time we am attending a awards and it was my initial time being nominated as well. It was also positively extraordinary to perform and winning was like a cherry on a cake.”

Hard Kaur, who won in dual categories including Best Independent Artist – Female (consumer category), said: “I am unequivocally grateful to a ladies who done this happen. They have been ancillary me for years.”

She also feels it’s intensely critical to have strain awards as “even a cinema have songs. India is a land of celebrations and we adore dancing and singing. Without strain a universe would be a unhappy place. To give approval is always important”.

Winning 3 awards, Alobo Naga said: “Tonight (Wednesday night) has been unequivocally romantic since we have worked unequivocally hard. It has been so tough to be in India and sing English songs. Finally we felt like all my tough work has paid off. Although a strain is about break-ups, we write lyrics while looking during life, it is also about giving wish to someone that even after a break-up, there is life.”

In a consumer category, a Best Song endowment went to “Chasing ghosts” by Alobo Naga. In a jury category, Best English Song endowment was given to Naga’s lane “Wolo”.

There were also performances by artistes like Shibani Kashyap, Shirley, Jasbir Jassi, Tochi Raina and Mame Khan.

Hailing a awards, Shibani said: “It is unequivocally critical to apart strain awards from film awards. It helps to realize and eulogize a work of musicians — lyricists, singers, sound engineers, strain composers and everybody else connected with music. They are a fortitude of a strain attention and a party attention is deficient but music.”

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