Mirchi Music Awards South

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Mirchi Music Awards South
Awarded for Best in film music
Country  India
Presented by Radio Mirchi
First awarded 2009
Official website

2009

2010

Mirchi Music Awards South is the South Indian segment of the annual Mirchi Music Awards, presented by Radio Mirchi to honour both artistic and technical excellence of professionals in the South Indian music industry. The awards are separately given for Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films. The awards were first given in 2010 for the best of 2009 and the ceremony was held at the Nehru Indoor Stadium on 17 July 2010.The print partner was The Times of India.[1] The broadcast partners are Star’s Kannada offering Suvarna TV, Star’s Tamil channel Vijay TV, Zee Telugu, Star's Malayalam channel Asianet plus.[2] The second edition was held in Nehru Indoor Stadium on 10 September 2011.

History[edit]

Hosts[edit]

The award first instituted in 2009 was held on 17 July 2010 in Nehru Indoor Stadium. It was hosted by Shiva an RJ of Radio Mirchi and Director Venkat Prabhu. The second edition held on 10 September 2011 was also held in Nehru Indoor Stadium hosted by Shiva and hostess Pooja.

Ceremony Date Host(s) Sponsor(s)
1st Mirchi Music Awards South 17 July 2010 Shiva and Venkat Prabhu Uninor
2nd Mirchi Music Awards South 10 September 2011 Shiva and Pooja Uninor

Multiple wins[edit]

Tamil
Telugu
Kannada
Malayalam

Trophy[edit]

The accolade given to the winners of the Southern Industry is same as given to the Bollywood awardees.It portrays a human partially folding his knee and leaving his hands free.The winners of "Upcoming category" will receive a Certificate of Merit and not an trophy.[4]

Jury[edit]

There will be two set of juries to decide the awards - a screening jury to short list the entries and a Grand Jury, with whom rests the task of finalizing the winners for each award. The entire process of screening, shortlisting and selection of winners is audited by Ernst & Young. Each of the four south Indian languages will have separate Jury panels headed by a Chairman.[5] The list of Jury and Chairman for each language's jury for both years:

Tamil[edit]

The Jury chairman for both the years was Gangai Amaren. As for the year of 2009 many eminent personalities were selected as the jury the are: Sudha Raghunathan, Arivumathi, S. Ve. Shekher, A. S. Lakshmi Narayanan, Bharadwaja, James Vasanthan, Malaysia Vasudevan (Late), Lingusamy, Na. Muthukumar, S. A. Rajkumar. In 2010 most of the jury members were changed except for Sudha Raghunathan and Arivumathi.They were: Malathy Lakshman, Snehan, Vijay Antony, A. L. Vijay, Vetrimaran, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy, Vasanth, Manicka Vinayagam, Sabesh

Telugu[edit]

The chairman for the jury for both the years was D. Suresh Babu. For the year of 2009 the jury members were: Anantha Sreeram, Amma Rajasekhar, Chakri, Chandrabaose, Tanikella Bharani, Saluri Koteswara Rao, Devi Sri Prasad, Ramana Gogula, K. K. Senthil Kumar, Sunitha Upadrashta.In 2010 except Chandrabose, Saluri Koteswara Rao and Sunitha all the others were changed,the jury members for 2010 are: Ramana Gogula, Patnaik, Ramajogayya Sastry, K. M. Radha Krishnan, V. Madhusudhan Rao, Marthand K. Venkatesh, Hasam Raja, Raju

Kannada[edit]

The chairman of the jury for both the years was Hamsalekha.For 2009 the other jury members were: V. Harikrishna, Gurukiran, Mano Murthy, Manjula Gururaj, Raghu Dixit, Rajesh Krishnan, Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar, Yograj Bhat.In 2010 in the place of Mano Murthy, Raghu Dixit and Yograj Bhat, Raghavendra Rajkumar, V. Manohar, Raghavendra Rajkumar were placed

Malayalam[edit]

The chairman of jury for both the years was Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri. The other jury members for 2009 are: Aashiq Abu, Anil Panachooran, K. S. Chitra, Deepak Dev, Jassie Gift, Jency Anthony, Johnson Master, M. Jayachandran, Raghu Kumar, Sibi Malayil. In 2010 Anil Panachooran, K. S. Chitra, Deepak Dev were replaced by Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma and Arundathi

Award categories[edit]

The event honours the awardees under 17 broad categories in Tamil.It honours the Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada winners under 15 broad Categories.Mannin Kural - Male/Female is awarded only for the Tamil Music Industry. In 2009 Critica Choice Best Song - Song/Album were given. They was removed in 2010 and only 15 categories were awarded for Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam music industry and Tamil music industry was awarded with 17.

Jury awards[edit]

Best Upcoming Lyricist[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Karthik Neetha Pada Pada Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu
Telugu Balaji Upenentha Aarya 2
Kannada Sudeer Attavar(tie)
A. P. Arjun
Marali Mareyagi
Yaare Nee Devatheya
Savari
Ambaari
Malayalam Aparna Karimbil Aarum Meettan Paribhavam

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Madhan Karky Irumbile Oru Irudhaiyam Endhiran
Telugu Nigoti Sarath Atmahathyalu oddura Dhoom Dhaam
Kannada Ghouse Peer Ille Ille Yello Chirru
Malayalam Vinod Mankara Pachilachartham Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Niranjan Bharathi Nee Naan Mankatha
Telugu Sri Mani Aho Baalu 100% Love
Kannada Yogaraj Bhat Hrudaya Jaaruthide Lifeu Ishtene
Malayalam Anoop Menon Mazhaneer Thullikal Beautiful

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Dhanush Kannazhaga 3
Telugu Rakendu Mouli Manasu Palike Andala Rakshasi
Kannada Pawan Wadeyar Namdukke Pyarge Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Anu Elizabeth Jose Muthuchippi Poloru Thattathin Marayathu

Best Upcoming Music Director[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Selvaganesh Laesa Prakudhu Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu
Telugu Raghu Kunche Ravanamma Bumper Offer
Kannada Veer Samarth Ee Dina Hosadagide Karanji
Malayalam Afzal Yusuf Chirakarnna Mounam Calendar

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Kannan O Maha Zeeyan Thamizh Padam
Telugu S. S. Thaman Nijemena Brindavanam
Kannada Giridhar Divan Ille Ille Yello Chirru
Malayalam Suresh Manimala Paattu Paduvan Paattinte Palazhy

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil M Ghibran Sara Sara Saara Kathu Vaagai Sooda Vaa
Telugu Babu Shankar Choosthunna Mogudu
Kannada Rony Raphael Thaaja Thaaja Gun
Malayalam Ratheesh Vegha Mazhaneer Thullikal Beautiful

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Karthik Nila Nila Aravaan
Telugu Radhan Manasu Palike Andala Rakshasi
Kannada Vasu Dixit & Abhilashlakra Alisi Hridayada Haadanu Cyber Yugadol Yuva Madhura Prema Kavyam
Malayalam Arakkal Nandakumar Neeyo Dhanya Prabhuvinte Makkal

Best Upcoming Male Singer[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Kaushik Naatkal Ninaithale Inikkum
Telugu Sreeram Chandra Arere Chejarinde Boni
Kannada Vikas Vasistha Ee Dina Hosadagide Karanji
Malayalam Prithviraj Sukumaran Kaane Kaane Puthiya Mukham

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Ajeesh Idhu Varai Goa
Telugu Sooraj Santhosh Inka Edhu Darling
Kannada M. L. R. Karthikeyan Kangalu Kanavilae Mathe Mungaru
Malayalam Subin Malayalipenne Kaaryasthan

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Sathya Masaamaa Engaeyum Eppothum
Telugu Dinker Ninnala Lede Its My Love Story
Kannada Ishaan Dev Shyloo Shyloo
Malayalam Nikhil Raj Nattuvazhiyile Rathinirvedam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Pradeep Aasi Oru Pulveli Attakathi
Telugu Rakendu Mouli Manasu Palike Andala Rakshasi
Kannada Harsha Dhiraja Alemari
Malayalam Nivas Nilamalare Diamond Necklace

Best Upcoming Female Singer[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Janaki Iyer Azagai Pookuthe Ninaithale Inikkum
Telugu Nikitha Nigam Dheera Dheera Maghadheera
Kannada Ritisha Padmanabh Naanu Manasare Manasaare
Malayalam Divya B Nair Shinkara Kanna Bharya Onnu Makkal Moonnu

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Anweshaa Megam Vandhu Mandhira Punnagai
Telugu Sravana Bhargavi Simhamanti Simhaa
Kannada Lakshmi Nataraj Omkara Aptharakshaka
Malayalam Gayathiri Alapam Nalla Paattukare

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Baby Priyanka, Baby Srinisha, Baby Nithyashree Oru Malayoram Avan Ivan
Telugu Ramya N.S. Poovai Poovai Dookudu
Kannada Meghana Bella Bellane Aa Seereyanna Allide Nammane Illi Bande Summane
Malayalam Riya Raju Ninnedenikkulla Dr. Love

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Priya Himesh Aathadi Manasudhan Female Kazhugu
Telugu Sayonara Yededa Yededa Genius
Kannada Indu Nagaraj Pyarge Aagbittaite Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Abhirami Azhalinte Azhangalil Ayalum Njanum Thammil

Best Female Playback Singer[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Janaki Iyer Azagai Pookuthe Ninaithale Inikkum
Telugu Sunitha Upadrashta Hrudhayavedana Aa Intlo
Kannada Shreya Ghoshal Na Naguva Modalene Manasaare
Malayalam Shreya Ghoshal Chanthu Thottille Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Chinmayi Kilimanjaro Endhiran
Telugu Swetha Mohan Amma Thale Komaram Puli
Kannada Vidyashree Hrudayave Bayaside Krishnan Love Story
Malayalam K. S. Chithra Chithrasalabhame Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Saindhavi Pirai Thedum Mayakkam Enna
Telugu Shreya Ghoshal Chali Chaliga Mr. Perfect
Kannada Shreya Ghoshal Gaganave Baagi Sanju Weds Geetha
Malayalam Shreya Ghoshal Paattil Ee Paattil Pranayam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Sithara Kangal Neeye Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal
Telugu K. S. Chithra Paluku Thelupu Thallive Devasthanam
Kannada Vani Harikrishna Musanjeveleli Addhuri
Malayalam K. S. Chithra Vishukili Ivan Megharoopan

Best Male Playback Singer[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Madhu Balakrishnan Pichai Paathiram Naan Kadavul
Telugu Hemachandra Naalo Nenena Baanam
Kannada Chetan Sosca Yaare Nee Devatheya Ambaari
Malayalam K. J. Yesudas Sivagange Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Karthik Usre Poguthe Raavanan
Telugu Naresh Iyer Nenu Nuvvantu Orange
Kannada S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Garane Gara Garane Aptharakshaka
Malayalam Hariharan Aaro Padum Katha Thudarunnu

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Yamma Yamma 7aum Arivu
Telugu S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Jagadhananda Karaka Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada Ishaan Dev Shyloo Shyloo
Malayalam Sudeep Kumar Chempakapoo Rathinirvedam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Karthik Kaatrai Konjam Neethaane En Ponvasantham
Telugu S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Vasthunna Baba Shirdi Sai
Kannada Chetan Sosca Namdukke Pyarge Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Nivas Nilamalare Diamond Necklace

Best Music Director[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja Siva Manasula Sakthi
Telugu Mani Sharma Ek Niranjan
Kannada Mano Murthy Manasaare
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Film
Tamil A. R. Rahman Raavanan
Telugu Mani Sharma Khaleja
Kannada Shridhar V. Sambhram Krishnan Love Story
Malayalam Jayachandran Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram

2011

Language Recipient Film
Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar Aadukalam
Telugu Ilaiyaraaja Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada Jassie Gift Sanju Weds Geetha
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Pranayam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil D. Imman Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala Kumki
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Akasam Ammayaithe Gabbar Singh
Kannada Gurukiran Namdukke Pyarge Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Vidyasagar Nilamalare Diamond Necklace

Best Lyricist[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Na. Muthukumar Oru Kal Oru Kannadi Siva Manasula Sakthi
Telugu Chandra Bose Baby he Aarya 2
Kannada Kaviraj Nadedhaduva Kaamanabillu Parichaya
Malayalam Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma Anuraaga Neelathamara

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Yuga Bharathi Mynaa Mynaa Mynaa
Telugu Chandra Bose Deshamante Jhummandi Naadam
Kannada Yogaraj Bhat Ekka Raja Ninna Jackie
Malayalam Gireesh Puthenchery Pinne Ennodonnum Shikkar

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil P. Vijay Innum Enna Thozha 7aum Arivu
Telugu Jonnavithula Jagadhananda Karaka Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada Kaviraj Gaganave Baagi Sanju Weds Geetha
Malayalam Kaithapram Chimmi Chimmi Urumi

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Na. Muthukumar Oru Paadhi Kadhavu Thaandavam
Telugu Sirivennela Sitaramasastri Pillalu Bagunnara Onamalu
Kannada Yogaraj Bhat Bombe Adsonu Drama
Malayalam Rafeeq Ahmed Maranam Ethunna Nerathu Spirit

Song of the Year[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Vijay Antony Azhagai Pookuthey Ninaithale Inikkum
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Ringa Ringa Aarya 2
Kannada Manikanth Kadri Marali Mareyagi Savari
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Madhuram Gayathi Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar Pookal Pookum Madarasapattinam
Telugu Mani Sharma Sada Siva Khaleja
Kannada V. Harikrishna Shiva Antha Hogutidde Jackie
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Chithrasalabhame Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Harris Jayaraj Enamo Aedho Ko
Telugu Ilaiyaraaja Jagadhananda Karaka Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada V. Harikrishna Paramathma
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Paattil Ee Paattil Pranayam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil D. Imman Ayayayoo Aananthamey Kumki
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Akasam Ammayaithe Gabbar Singh
Kannada Gurukiran Namdukke Pyarge Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Vidyasagar Nilamalare Diamond Necklace

Album of the Year[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Harris Jayaraj Ayan
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Aarya 2
Kannada V. Harikrishna Raaj the Showman
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja Paiyaa
Telugu Harris Jayaraj Orange
Kannada V. Harikrishna Jackie
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Karayilekku Oru Kadal Dooram

2011

Language Recipient Film
Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar Aadukalam
Telugu Ilaiyaraaja Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada Jassie Gift Sanju Weds Geetha
Malayalam M. Jayachandran Rathinirvedam

2012

Language Recipient Film
Tamil D. Imman Kumki
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Gabbar Singh
Kannada Gurukiran Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Sharreth Ivan Megharoopan

Mannin Kural - Male[edit]

This award is given only to Tamil Music Industry

Year Recipient Song Film
2009 Velmurugan Adunga Da Nadodigal
2010 Solar Sai Jing Jika Mynaa
2011 Jayamoorthy Thanjavuru Maadathi Vaagai Sooda Vaa
2012 Krishnaraj, Velmurugan & Sathyan Aambalaikum Pombalaikum Kazhugu

Manin Kural - Female[edit]

This award is given only to Tamil Music Industry

Year Recipient Song Film
2009 Chinna Ponnu Thaeka Thaeka Suryan Satta Kallori
2010 Thanjai Selvi Jilla Vittu Eesan
2011 Anitha Senga Solla Kaara Vaagai Sooda Vaa
2012 Magizhini Manimaaran Soi Soi Kumki

Listeners Choice Award[edit]

Mirchi Listeners' Choice - Album of the Year[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Harris Jayaraj Ayan
Telugu M. M. Keeravani Magadheera
Kannada Mano Murthy Manasaare
Malayalam Ilayaraja Pazhassi Raja

2010

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja Paiyaa
Telugu Harris Jayaraj Orange
Kannada Sridhar V. Sambhram Krishnan Love Story
Malayalam Gopi Sundar Anwar

2011

Language Recipient Film
Tamil G. V. Prakash Kumar Aadukalam
Telugu S. Thaman Dookudu
Kannada Jassie Gift Sanju Weds Geetha
Malayalam ' '

2012

Language Recipient Film
Tamil Anirudh Ravichander 3
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Gabbar Singh
Kannada V. Harikrishna Addhuri
Malayalam Shaan Rahman Thattathin Marayathu

Mirchi Listeners' Choice - Song of the Year[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Vijay Antony Azhagai Pookuthey Ninaithale Inikkum
Telugu M. M. Keeravani Panchadhara Bomma Magadheera
Kannada Manikanth Kadri Marali Mareyagi Savari
Malayalam Vidyasagar Anuraaga Neelathamara

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Yuvan Shankar Raja En Kadhal Solla Paiyaa
Telugu Harris Jayaraj Nenu Nuvvantu Orange
Kannada Sridhara V. Sambhram Hrudayave Bayaside Krishnan Love Story
Malayalam Gopi Sundar Kizhakku Pookum Anwar

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil ' ' '
Telugu ' ' '
Kannada ' ' '
Malayalam ' ' '

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil D. Imman Sollitaley Ava Kaadhala Kumki
Telugu Devi Sri Prasad Kevvu Keka Gabbar Singh
Kannada Arjun Janya Aalochane Romeo
Malayalam Ouseppachan Azhalinte Azhangalil Ayalum Njanum Thammil

Technical Awards[edit]

Technical Sound Engineer Award[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Uday Kumar Excuse Me Kanthaswamy
Telugu Uday Upenentha Aarya 2
Kannada Smithampan Ale Ale Savaari
Malayalam Sam Devassy Madhuram Ghayathi Banaras

2010

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Ramji and Guru Idhu Varai Goa
Telugu Ramesh Rooba Rooba Orange
Kannada Ramesh Shiva Antha Hogutidde Jackie
Malayalam Gopi Sundar Kizhakku Pookum Anwar

2011

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Kumaraguru Paran Vilaiyaadu Mankatha Mankatha
Telugu Murali Jagadhananda Karaka Sri Rama Rajyam
Kannada S. Ramesh Paravasha Naadenu Paramathma
Malayalam Renjith Rajan Paattil Ee Paattil Pranayam

2012

Language Recipient Song Film
Tamil Kausikan Sivalingam & Özgür İkinci Gangster Billa II
Telugu Nene Naaneene G Jeevan Babu Eega
Kannada Hareendranath Dwarak Warrier Namdukke Pyarge Govindaya Namaha
Malayalam Balu Thankachan Appangal Ustad Hotel

Special Awards[edit]

Jury Award for outstanding contribution to Film Music Industry[edit]

2009

Language Recipient Reason
Tamil R. Govardhanam Music Conductor / Music Composer (75 Yrs)
Telugu Pandit Janardhan Sitar
Kannada Balesh Shehnai, Overall Contribution
Malayalam Rex Issacs Violin

2010

Language Recipient Reason
Tamil Philips Overall Contribution
Telugu Seenu Santoor
Kannada Venu Tabla
Malayalam Balan Tabla

2011

Language Recipient Reason
Tamil Tabla Prasad Tabla
Telugu Alan D'Costa Rhythms
Kannada Palani D. Senapati Music
Malayalam Jerson Antony Music Director

2012

Language Recipient Reason
Tamil Emanuel Emmy Sound Recordist
Telugu Chinna Prasad Tabla
Kannada Faiyaz Khan
Malayalam Michael Tabla/ Mridangam

Lifetime Achievement Award[edit]

2009

Language Recipient
Tamil M. S. Viswanathan
Telugu Bala Saraswati Rao
Kannada P. B. Sreenivas
Malayalam K. J. Yesudas

2010

Language Recipient
Tamil P. Susheela
Telugu Susarla Dakshinamurthi
Kannada Rajan
Malayalam V. Dakshinamurthy

2011

Language Recipient
Tamil
Telugu Koti
Kannada Geethapriya
Malayalam

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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