Jackie Bhagnani won the ‘Dadasaheb Phalke’ Award for his song ”Muskurayega India’

Mumbai: Jackie Bhagnani is the youngest producer of the nation and has recently made us proud with another prestigious award. Jackie Bhagnani has been honored with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, one of the highest entertainment awards for his song ‘Smile India’.

Expressing her gratitude for the honor, Jackie Bhagnani posted on her social media, writing, “There couldn’t be any greater appreciation for #MuskurayegaIndia, thrilled and completely overwhelmed to receive the Dada Saheb Phalke International Film Festival Award 2021 for this initiative that we hold so close to our hearts. Thank you for making this happen vishalmishraofficial @redfmindia ?? “

When the entire country was under lockdown, Jackie’s Judgest Music released its track ‘Smilega India’, giving the public the expected light and smile. ‘Muskangeya India’ was highly appreciated from across the country as many of India’s favorite actors shot their share while following all the norms of social distance, the anthem of hope and inspiration for the people of the country during this epidemic has been made. The effect of this was that our honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi also appreciated this initiative which created the spirit of the nation and shared it by re-tweeting.

Several other stars like Tiger Shroff, Ananya Pandey, Shikhar Dhawan and Jackie were part of this video. The song helped bring the country together in difficult times and it truly deserves this award.

Curated by Judgest Music and composed and sung by the talented Vishal Mishra, ‘Muskurayega India‘ became a symbol of India’s solidarity as it battled the epidemic. The lyrics of this song are written by Kushal Kishore. It was presented by Anthem Cape of Good Films and Jackie Bhagnani’s Judgest Music.

Such success is not new to Jackie as recently the actor was in the news for his upcoming projects. Jackie’s upcoming films include Bell Bottom and Ganpat. The shooting of Bell Bottom was carried out amid the epidemic. Not only this, he was the first person to start and end a film between the national and international epidemic, which shows his dedication to the craft.

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