Shankar Mahadevan, Euphoria, Kailash Kher win music awards

India is a land of celebrations and we love dancing and singing. They are the backbone of the music industry and our entertainment industry is incomplete without music.”
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Published: April 5, 2018 5:57:57 pm

Separate awards for music, especially independent artistes, are definitely important as movies and music need to be judged on different criteria, shared Kailash Kher. To give recognition is always important”. Related News
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She also feels it’s extremely important to have music awards as “even our movies have songs. Winning the award for Best Hindi single in the jury category, Shirley Setia said: “This is the first time I am attending the awards and it was my first time being nominated as well. In the jury category, Best English Song award was given to Naga’s track “Wolo”. “Separate awards for music, especially independent artistes, are definitely important as movies and music need to be judged on different criteria. It has been so tough to be in India and sing English songs. It helps to realise and eulogise the work of musicians — lyricists, singers, sound engineers, music composers and everyone else connected with music. Without music the world would be a sad place. Although the song is about break-ups, I write lyrics while looking at life, it is also about giving hope to someone that even after a break-up, there is life.”
In the consumer category, the Best Song award went to “Chasing ghosts” by Alobo Naga. It was also absolutely amazing to perform and winning was like the cherry on the cake.”
Hard Kaur, who won in two categories including Best Independent Artist – Female (consumer category), said: “I am very thankful to the ladies who made this happen. Finally I felt like all my hard work has paid off. It was shared with Shreya Ghoshal. Artist Aloud, a platform by Hungama that supports and promotes independent music, organised the awards ceremony on Wednesday. Ltd., said in a statement: “We believe that music and talent go beyond what’s commercially available.”
While the Best Devotional Song award in the jury category went to “Aadiyogi” (Kailash) and “Tutari” (Shankar Mahadevan), Euphoria won the Best Composer award in the jury category for the song “Jiya jaye na”. The band also won the Best Song award in jury category for it. Hailing the awards, Shibani said: “It is very important to separate music awards from movie awards. Winning three awards, Alobo Naga said: “Tonight (Wednesday night) has been very emotional because I have worked really hard. There were also performances by artistes like Shibani Kashyap, Shirley, Jasbir Jassi, Tochi Raina and Mame Khan.