‘Teri Mitti’ Lyricist Manoj Muntashir Boycotts Award Shows after Song failed to Win Award at Filmfare

‘Teri Mitti’ Lyricist Manoj Muntashir Boycotts Award Shows after Song failed to Win Award at Filmfare

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When it’s film-fare , it just get bigger and prestigious .. This time Film-fare 2020 held in Assam with the theme of ‘Awesome Assam ‘. A lot of nominations just get curious to win it .

With the coming movies in the past year , many just blew our mind with their songs , scripts , action sequence and what not .

This time , ‘Apna Time Aayega‘ won best lyrics award at Filmfare 2020. This song just won over on eof the other mind blowing song from the ‘Kesari’ song ‘Teri Mitti’.

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With the announcement of this victory , made upset the popular lyricist Manoj Muntashir . He got much annoyed that he promised to never attend award shows ever again.

While Manoj did not criticize the song which won the award, he used a few verses from his own song ‘Teri Mitti’ to question how could his lyrics not have won. Angered by the same, Manoj vowed to boycott award shows ’till his last breath’.

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In his post, Manoj Mauntashir wrote, “Dear Awards…Even if I try all my life.. I won’t be able to write a better song than #TeriMitti, a better line than.. ‘Tu Kahti Thee Tera Chaand Hoon Main Aur Chaand Humesha Rahta hai’. You failed to honor the words which made millions of Indians cry and care for their motherland. It would be a great disrespect to my art if I still continue caring for you. So here I bid you a final good bye. I officially announce- I won’t attend any award show till I breathe my last. Alvida.”

Let’s have a look at his Instagram post :

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Alvida Awards..!!!

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Gully Boy’ stole the thunder at Filmfare Awards 2020. The movie won best film, best director (Zoya Akhtar), best actor-male and female (Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt), best supporting actor-male and female (Siddhant Chaturvedi and Amruta Subhash), best screenplay (Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar), best dialogue (Vijay Maurya), best cinematography (Jay Oza), best production design (Suzanne Caplan Merwanji), best background score (Karsh Kale and The Salvage Audio Collective), best music album and best lyrics for ‘Apna Time Aayega’.

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It would be waited to see what reactions would the lyricist get after one of his major decision.

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