The awards show, hosted by Sonu Nigam and co-hosted by singer-songwriter Neha Bhasin and singer-actor Meiyang Chang, will be telecast on 27 March at 9 pm exclusively on Colors Hindi and Voot.
Smule Mirchi Music Awards pays tribute to Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri
Mumbai - 25 Mar 2022 14:00 IST
The 14th edition of the Smule Mirchi Music Awards, which were held on 8 March, will be telecast on 27 March at 9 pm exclusively on Colors Hindi and Voot.
Hosted by singer Sonu Nigam and co-hosted by singer-songwriter Neha Bhasin and singer-actor Meiyang Chang, the awards show paid tribute to recently departed music legends Lata Mangeshkar and Bappi Lahiri.
Veteran singer Suman Kalyanpur was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award.
The event featured performances by singer Lucky Ali on the 'best of indies', Bhasin on 'Indian wedding celebrations', and a love medley from couple Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet. Singers Shahid Mallya and Amit Misra, sisters Sukriti and Prakriti Kakkar as well as Indian American singer-songwriter Lisa Mishra also performed on the stage.
Besides the heartfelt tributes and performances, the awards show will showcase Akasa Singh, Antara Mitra and Zara Khan dancing to actress Karishma Kapoor’s hit songs. The couple Sugandha Mishra and Sanket Bhosale entertained audiences with their comedic banter.
Prashant Panday, managing director and CEO of ENIL, Mirchi, said, “We are thrilled to be back with yet another edition of the Smule Mirchi Music Awards to celebrate the exceptional talent within the Indian music industry. The 14th edition will see renowned, legendary artists as well as budding talent, all under one roof.
"Bringing forth the very essence and versatility of music in India, Mirchi salutes the best in music across genres from the latest 'Bollywood' hits to Indian indies and nostalgic music tracks. We look forward to showcasing this musical extravaganza to our viewers who wait for it eagerly each year.”
The ceremony was attended by artistes Vidya Balan, Karishma Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, Pratik Gandhi and Ila Arun, composers Anandji Virji Shah and Tanishk Bagchi, singers Sadhana Sargam, Papon and Javed Ali, filmmaker Ramesh Sippy and Miss India Manasa Varanasi, among others.
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