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Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Music Composer of The Year

The Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Music Composer 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 music director who has delivered an outstanding performance in a film song. The award ceremony was started in 2008 to honour the best of Hindi film music.[1][2] Dhruv Ghanekar was the winner in that award ceremony for the film Drona. As of the 2018 ceremony, Niladri Kumar is the most recent winner in this category for the song "Aahista" from the film Laila Majnu.

Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Music Composer of The Year
Awarded forBest musical contribution by a new composer
CountryIndia
Presented byRadio Mirchi
First awardedDhruv Ghanekar for all songs of Drona (2008 (1st))
Currently held byNiladri Kumar for "Aahista" from Laila Majnu (2018 (11th))
WebsiteMusic Mirchi Awards Official Website

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)
Dhruv Ghanekar All songs Drona [2][3]
2009
(2nd)
Jeet Ganguly "Bhor Bhayo" Morning Walk [4][5]

2010sEdit

Year Nominees Song Film Ref.
2010
(3rd)
Shiraz Uppal "Rabba" Aashayein [6][7]
Bhadwai Village Mandali "Mehngai Dayain" Peepli Live
Nageen Tanvir "Chola Maati Ke Ram" Peepli Live
Sanjay Leela Bhansali "Udi" Guzaarish
Tarun and Vinayak "Rabba Rabba" Allah Ke Banday
2011
(4th)
Harshit Saxena "Haal-e-Dil" Murder 2 [8][9][10]
Hitesh Sonik "Baanwre" Pyaar Ka Punchnama
Hitesh Sonik "Life Bahot Simple Hai" Stanley Ka Dabba
Krsna "Jugni" Tanu Weds Manu
Prasoon Joshi "Saans Albeli" Aarakshan
2012
(5th)
Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana "Pani Da Rang (Male)" Vicky Donor [11][12][13]
Anupam Amod "Tera Deedar Hua" Jannat 2
Anupam Amod "Tera Deedar Hua (From The Heart)" Jannat 2
Arko Pravo Mukherjee "Abhi Abhi" Jism 2
Donn and Bann "Mar Jayian (Romantic)" Vicky Donor
2013
(6th)
Ankit Tiwari "Sunn Raha Hai" Aashiqui 2 [14][15]
2014
(7th)
Raj-Prakash "Arziyaan" Jigariyaa [16][17][18]
Gulraj Singh "Pakeezah" Ungli
Rabbi Ahmad and Adnan Dhool (Soch) "Awari" Ek Villain
Shashi Suman "Ziddi Dil" Mary Kom
Shivam Pathak "Sukoon Mila" Mary Kom
2015
(8th)
Amaal Mallik "Sooraj Dooba Hain" Roy [19][20][21]
Amaal Mallik "Main Hoon Hero Tera (Salman Khan Version)" Hero
Ami Mishra "Hasi (Male)" Hamari Adhuri Kahani
Shreyas Puranik "Gajanana" Bajirao Mastani
Tanishk Bagchi and Vayu "Banno" Tanu Weds Manu: Returns
2016
(9th)
Tanishk Bagchi "Bolna" Kapoor & Sons [22][23][24]
Asad Khan "Rang Reza (Female)" Beiimaan Love
Jasleen Royal "Raatein" Shivaay
Rohan Vinayak "Maula" Nil Battey Sannata
Tanishk Bagchi "Allah Hu Allah" Sarbjit
2017
(10th)
JAM8 "Zaalima" Raees [25][26][27]
Shashwat Sachdev "Bajaake Tumba" Phillauri
Shashwat Sachdev "Sahiba" Phillauri
Troy Ari "Meherbaan" Thodi Thodi Si Manmaaniyan
Vickey Prasad "Hans Mat Pagli" Toilet: Ek Prem Katha
Vishal Mishra "Pyar Ho" Munna Michael
Vishal Mishra "Jaane De" Qarib Qarib Singlle
2018
(11th)
Niladri Kumar "Aahista" Laila Majnu [28][29][30]
Qaran "Tareefan" Veere Di Wedding
Prateek Kuhad "Saansein" Karwaan
Prateek Kuhad "Kadam" Karwaan

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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