Ash King wins Stardust Bollywood Award

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Google+
Share on LinkedIn
Pin to Pinterest
Share on StumbleUpon

British Asian singer, songwriter, Ash King was awarded a prestigious Bollywood prize in Mumbai tonight (10th February) at the annual Stardust Awards. King won the “Best New Male Singing Sensation” Award at the star studded event. The evening saw him rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s biggest Indian film stars including the legendary Rekha, Akshay Kumar, Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan, Kajol, Kareena Kapoor, Bipasha Basu plus many more. Ash beat off tough competition from the likes of Ali Zafar, Kamal Khan and Shahid Mallya, all of whom featured in the same category.

On accepting the award, Ash said:

“THANK YOU…WHAT A YEAR! BOLLYWOOD HAS SHOWN ME SO MUCH LOVE. I’m TOUCHED! Here’s to more songs, more magic. THANK YOU STARDUST. Thank you to the fans! It has been a great year for my songs, especially ‘Te Amo’ and ‘I Love You’, big thanks to Pritam for that. A R Rahman introduced me to the industry and I am ever grateful. It is an honour to be part of this industry.”

Ash rounded off with an acapella of ‘I Love You’ and woo’d the all-star crowd, before Kareena Kapoor dazzled the stage with her medley of dance numbers from her latest movie Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu – including Ash King’s current Bollywood hit ‘Aunty Ji’.

The London boy from Southall is rocking Bollywood and is dubbed the one to watch this year. Upon walking the red carpet and leaving the ceremony, King was met with a fan frenzy. Ever the entertainer he sang ‘Te Amo’ for his fans, in what became a media rush to catch the live impromptu medley of Ash King songs, with award in hand.

Ash continues his stay in India this month to record more material, having already sung on no less than 6 major Bollywood soundtracks, including work with Oscar-winning AR Rahman and much loved Bollywood maestro Pritam. His hits have included ‘Dil Gira Dafatan’ (Dehli 6), ‘Te Amo’ (Dum Maaro Dum) and ‘I Love You’ (Bodyguard).

173 queries in 1.411 seconds.