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The 6th Gionee Colors Gima awards is all set to take viewers on a melodious journey

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MUMBAI: The 6th Gionee Colors GiMA Awards powered by Hungama & Renault has witnessed an array of performances by some of the most celebrated names in the music industry. Adding to the anticipation of the memorable awards show, the GiMA’s will be telecast on Colors TV channel twice on Sunday 5th June 2016 with an afternoon broadcast from 1pm to 4pm and in the evening from 10pm to 1am. Fans can also get to see a one-hour special before the Awards screening with an exclusive GiMA Red carpet telecast on 5th June from 12 noon till 1pm.

TELECAST DETAILS OF GiMA 2016

GiMA Red Carpet

Sunday 5th June, 12noon - 1pm

GiMA Awards 2016

Sunday 5th June, 1pm - 4pm & 10pm - 1am

The Global Indian Music Academy (GiMA) Awards over the years has seen a number of outstanding moments and this year’s host Ayushmann Khurrana along with celebrity co-presenters raised the bar through a mix of humor, dance and singing.  The ceremony certainly will leave viewers in amazement following a number of performances such as ‘Dabangg’ actress Sonakshi Sinha’s glittering dance number to Arjun Kapoor’s dhol act to even Anil Kapoor and Aditi Rao Hydari singing on stage! Adding to the night, Arijit Singh performed a soul-stirring opener while Yo Yo Honey Singh made a comeback as he enthralled the audience through an energetic performance.

The awards night also saw Amitabh Bachchan honor the Late Shri Aadesh Shrivastava, the talented musician who lost his battle with cancer in 2015 and recognized his contribution towards Indian music. Seen joining the stage was Aadesh’s family as his son, Avitesh Shrivastava paid tribute to his father by singing one of his touching songs.

While speaking on the GiMA Awards, Sabbas Joseph, Director, Wizcraft International said, “We are incredibly glad that the Gionee Colors GiMA Awards will be telecast on Colors. GiMA has constantly been a unique musical experience that combines Film and Music’s most extraordinary performers on a grand scale. GiMA is truly a must-watch experience that cannot be missed”.

Raj Nayak, CEO – COLORS, also shared saying, ”At COLORS we are big aficionados of dance and music; and GIMA is a wonderful platform where the entire music industry, from yesteryear’s legends to the current budding talents, come under one roof to celebrate music and celebrate each other. It’s a lovely association, and viewers will be delighted to see so many music maestros come together in support of each other.”

Arvind Vohra, Country CEO and MD, Gionee India said, “As a brand, Gionee has always tried and connected with its consumers through their passion, be it in the field of music, sports or entertainment. Music is one of the ways which allows any individual to express himself and spread happiness which definitely goes with our brand statement of ‘Make Smiles’. We are proud of being associated with GIMA 2016 as this is one of the most genuine platform for music lovers and we look forward to celebrating Indian music.”

With the winners of the night including Arijit Singh, Amitabh Bachchan, Nucleya and many more, the Awards are certainly an enjoyable show!

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