Global Indian Music Awards News
Why did Arjun Kapoor not want to host GIMA Awards with Manish Paul?
Looks like the Tevar actor just not keep controversies at bay. After the infamous AIB Roast, here’s another one…
Arjun Kapoor did NOT want to co-host the coveted GIMA (Global Indian Music Awards) 2015 with Manish Paul! Wonder why? It seems that the Gunday actor wanted the stage to himself. And yes, he did manage to have the final word in a sense. Click here to read more
Ranveer Singh to host GIMA Awards 2014!
After having worked in a musical like Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, the Lootera actor is all set to host a music award show
Ranveer Singh is all set to host India’s very own Grammy, the 4th edition of the Gionee Star Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA). Looks like the Ram-Leela actor is ready to take on his competition Ranbir Kapoor as a host too. Click here to read more
Ayushmann Khurrana: actor or singer?
The Punjabi munda composed and lent his voice to Paani da in Vicky Donor and created the desired ripples in Bollywood. But will his singing prowess overshadow his acting skills?
Ayushmann Khurrana never knew that his musical talents would be appreciated so much in B-town that his song Paani da, one that he composed during his college days, would be nominated for the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA). Click here to read more
GiMA Awards 2012: Udit Narayan, Anup Jalota gun for non-film music
Voting begins for the third edition of the Indian music awards. Udit Narayan, Anup Jalota, Ila Arun and Leslie Lewis take up the film versus non-film music debate in candid chat with Bollywoodlife
The Global Indian Music Academy (GiMA) Awards 2012 nominations are out and the function will be held mid-September. The voting began on August 8 at a Mumbai hotel, with the first vote being cast by veteran santoor player and music composer Pandit Shivkumar Sharma. Stalwarts from the music industry were present and spoke about Indian non-film music and how it needs to be highlighted more through television and other media. Click here to read more
First draft of ‘Dabangg 2’ ready: Arbaaz Khan
Actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan has already begun work on the sequel to his National Award-winning film Dabangg and says the first draft of the script is ready. “Work on Dabangg 2 in on. We are waiting for Salman (Khan) bhai‘s dates. We are likely to begin the production in mid-September next year,” Arbaaz said on the sidelines of the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA) at Kingdom of Dreams late Thursday night. The film, starring Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha, became 2010’s biggest blockbuster by earning Rs 145 crore. Arbaaz admits he is nervous about making a sequel. “There is a little nervousness for sure as the expectations are high but we would definitely be presenting something good and interesting,” he added.
Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’ sweeps GIMA with six awardsClick here to read more
Jacqueline goes Indian glam!
It was a refreshing change to see Jacqueline Fernandez, who’s mostly seen in skinny denims or shorts, wearing a gorgeous sari…
The sexy babe has a slender frame, which gives her leeway to experiment with all kind of styles. Recently spotted at the ‘Global Indian Music Awards’, Jackyy stunned everyone by wearing a pretty beige sari teamed with a sexy blouse. Click here to read more
Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’ sweeps GIMA with six awards
Milan Luthria’s Once Upon a Time In Mumbaai finished a close second with four awards
Salman Khan’s Dabangg continues its winning spree. The National Award-winning film which boasted of the chartbuster Munni badnaam hui walked away with six awards, including best film album, at the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA). The event was held at the Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon on Thursday night. Mamta Sharma won the best music debut for Munni badnaam. The best music director award went to Sajid-Wajid and Lalit Pandit for their compositions in the movie. Dabangg also won the technical awards for best background score by Sandeep Shirodkar, best engineer-film album by Eric Pillai and best engineer-theatre mix for Leslie Fernandes. Click here to read more
Shahrukh Khan remembers Pataudi as friend’s friend
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan says he had “huge attachment” to Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi who died Thursday, and remembers the Indian cricket legend as a “friend’s friend”. “The news of Pataudi sir is very saddening. He was an iconic figure. I have met him and known him very closely. Since the time I was young, I have had huge attachment to him. He was a gentleman and a friend’s friend,” Shah Rukh told reporters in Gurgaon. He was speaking on the sidelines of the Global Indian Music Awards (GIMA). Pataudi died after battling a lung infection for about a month. The former Indian captain, 70, is survived by his wife, actress Sharmila Tagore, and three children, daughters Soha and Saba and son Saif Ali Khan. “I will definitely go and meet the family,” the 45-year-old star said. “I am close to Saif and Soha.”
Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore: a love storyClick here to read more