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3RD EDITION OF BIG TAMIL MELODY AWARDS by 92.7 BIG FM

It’s time for one of the most entertaining seasons of all time – the Awards Season and India’s No. 1 FM Network, 92.7 BIG FM, today, announced the 3rd edition of the Big Tamil Melody Awards. In a bid to honour some of the biggest singers and musician across the entertainment industry, the awards ceremony felicitated some of the most talented artists belonging to different categories across Kollywood. Legendary singers Hariharan, AnuradhaSriram and SunithaSarathy unveiled the logo of the prestigious awards ceremony as a part of the announcement event.Initiated by 92.7 BIG FM, the awards functionfelicitated many singers and musicians who contributed someheart-warmingmelodies to the industry since 2012.

Immensely grown in popularity over the years, the BIG Tamil Melody Awards has been recognised as one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the industry. Going larger and livelier this year, the awards function will showcase 14 awards across various categories. A 100% voting process by the audiences, viewers are to place their vote through a multi-media voting campaign which will then be submitted to jury members for their verdict. The popular categories among the 14 categories are Best Music Director, Best Male Singer and Best Female Singer.

Speaking about the awards,AshwinPadmanabhan, National Business Head, 92.7 BIG FM said,"It gives me immense pleasure to announce the third edition of the Big Tamil Melody Awards. The high reception and positive feedback by the film industry fraternity for theBig Tamil Melody awards in the last two years is what inspires us to take it to a new level every year. I extend my best wishes to all the artists who are doing a great job in music and are certain that the audiences are going to thoroughly to enjoy the show."

Dec 22, 2014
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