Padmaavat leads Filmfare’s music nominations

By Bandook - March 14, 2019

Padmaavat leads Filmfare’s music nominations

After the Grammys and the Oscars, it’s time for our desi award season to start and after the Mirchi Music Awards, it’s Filmfare’s turn to shine.

Arguably, India’s most prestigious film awards, the event is expected to take place on March 23 at the Jio Gardens in Bandra, Mumbai.

The year has been ripe with big blockbusters (think Padmaavat) as well as critical hits (think Raazi) and popular ones, too (think Dhadak).

Here’s a complete list of nominations in the musical categories:

BEST MUSIC ALBUM

Dhadak – Ajay – Atul
Manmarziyaan – Amit Trivedi
Raazi – Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Sonu Ki Titu ki Sweety – Rochak Kohli, Amaal Mallik, Yo Yo Honey Singh Guru Randhawa, Zack Knight, Saurabh-Vaibhav, Rajat Nagpal
Padmaavat – Sanjay Leela Bhansali
Zero – Ajay-Atul

 BEST LYRICS

Ae Watan: Gulzar (Raazi)
Binte Dil: A.M.Turaz (Padmaavat)
Dilbaro: Gulzaar (Raazi)
Kar Har Maidan Fateh: Shekhar Astitva (Sanju)
Mere Naam Tu: Irshad Kamil (Zero)
Tera Yaar Hoon Main: Kumaar (Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety)

BEST PLAYBACK SINGER (MALE)

Abhay Jodhpurkar – Mere Naam Tu (Zero)
Arijit Singh – Tera Yaar Hoon Main (Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety)
Arijit Singh – Ae Watan (Raazi)
Arijit Singh – Binte Dil (Padmaavat)
Badshah – Tareefan (Veere Di Wedding)

BEST PLAYBACK SINGER FEMALE

Harshdeep Kaur, Vibha Saraf – Dilbaro (Raazi)
Jonita Gandhi – Ahista (Laila Majnu)
Ronkini Gupta – Chaav Laga (Sui Dhaaga: Made In India)
Shreya Ghoshal – Ghoomar (Padmaavat)
Sunidhi Chauhan – Ae Watan (Raazi)
Sunidhi Chauhan – Manwaa (October)

We can clearly see that Padmaavat and Raazi are dominating the nominations, not just in musicals but overall in most of the categories!

Let’s see who takes the black lady home this year!

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