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Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Lyricist of The Year

The Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Lyricist of The Year is given yearly by Radio Mirchi as a part of its annual Mirchi Music Awards for Hindi films, to recognise an upcoming lyricist for contributing in a film song. The award ceremony was started in 2008 to honour the best of Hindi film music.[1][2] Ashok Mishra was the winner in that award ceremony for the film Welcome to Sajjanpur. As of the 2018 ceremony, Prateek Kuhad is the most recent winner in this category for the song "Kadam" from the film Karwaan.

Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Lyricist of The Year
Awarded forBest contribution by a new lyricist
CountryIndia
Presented byRadio Mirchi
First awardedAshok Mishra for all songs of Welcome to Sajjanpur (2008 (1st))
Currently held byPrateek Kuhad for "Kadam" from Karwaan (2018 (11th))
WebsiteMusic Mirchi Awards Official Website

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Winners and nomineesEdit

In the following table, the years are listed as per presenter's convention, and generally correspond to the year of film release in India. The ceremonies are always held the following year.

(Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface.)

2000sEdit

Year Nominees Song Film Ref.
2008
(1st)
Ashok Mishra All songs Welcome to Sajjanpur [2][3]
2009
(2nd)
Amitabh Bhattacharya "Emosanal Attyachar (Brass Band Version)" Dev.D [4][5]

2010sEdit

Year Nominees Song Film Ref.
2010
(3rd)
Bhadwai Village Mandali "Mehngai Dayain" Peepli Live [6][7]
Late Jagdish Joshi and Vibhu Puri "Keh Na Sakoon" Guzaarish
Noon Meem Rashid "Chola Maati Ke Ram" Peepli Live
Shakeel Sohail "Rabba" Aashayein
Vibhu Puri "Sau Gram Zindagi" Guzaarish
2011
(4th)
Seema Saini "Sheet Leher" Lanka [8][9][10]
Akshat Verma "I Hate You (Like I Love You)" Delhi Belly
Amol Gupte "Life Bahot Simple Hai" Stanley Ka Dabba
Imran Raza "Hona Tha Pyar" Bol
Priya Panchal "Baat Jo Thiā€¦(Yeh Dooriyan)" Yeh Dooriyaan
2012
(5th)
Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana "Pani Da Rang (Male)" Vicky Donor [11][12][13]
Arko Pravo Mukherjee and Manish Makhija "Abhi Abhi" Jism 2
Habib Faisal "Chokra Jawaan" Ishaqzaade
Sanjay Masoomm "Rab Ka Shukrana" Jannat 2
Sanjay Masoomm "Tera Deedar Hua (From The Heart)" Jannat 2
2013
(6th)
Siddharth-Garima "Laal Ishq" Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela [14][15]
2014
(7th)
Rashmi Singh "Muskurane" CityLights [16][17][18]
Faraaz Ahmed "Arziyaan" Jigariyaa
Manoj Yadav "Pakeezah" Ungli
Rabbi Ahmad and Adnan Dhool (Soch) "Awari" Ek Villain
Raghu Nath "Ranjha (Queen)" Queen
2015
(8th)
Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay "Tu Hai Ki Nahi" Roy [19][20][21]
Abhendra Kumar Upadhyay "Boond Boond" Roy
Kunaal Vermaa "Hasi (Male)" Hamari Adhuri Kahani
Neeraj Rajawat "Maati Ka Palang" NH10
Vayu "Banno" Tanu Weds Manu: Returns
2016
(9th)
Abhiruchi Chand "Buddhu Sa Mann" Kapoor & Sons [22][23][24]
Aditya Sharma "Raatein" Shivaay
Deepak Ramola and Gurpreet Saini "Atrangi Yaar" Wazir
Raj Ranjodh "Chal Utth Bandeya" Do Lafzon Ki Kahani
Shreyas Jain "Maa" Nil Battey Sannata
2017
(10th)
Santanu Ghatak "Rafu" Tumhari Sulu [25][26][27]
Adheesh Verma "Meer-E-Kaarwan" Lucknow Central
Kumar Vijay "Sawan Ban Aay Gayo Badra" JD
Raghav Dutt "Meherbaan" Thodi Thodi Si Manmaaniyan
Sidhant Mago "Khidki" Rukh
Sumant Vadhera "Pal" Monsoon Shootout
2018
(11th)
Prateek Kuhad "Kadam" Karwaan [28][29][30]
Prateek Kuhad "Saansein" Karwaan
Abhijat Joshi and Rohan Gokhale "Baba Bolta Hain Bas Ho Gaya" Sanju
Jamil Ahmed "Adhura Lafz" Baazaar

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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