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IPRS Collaborates with Gujarati Iconic Film Awards (GIFA) Reaches out to Music Creators and Publishers from the state

by News Monks

Music Copyright Society, The Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS), representing over 10,000 composers, lyricists, and music publishers as its members in India, is pleased to announce its association with the Gujarati Iconic Film Awards (GIFA) to educate and acknowledge the music creators and talent from the region. At the event, IPRS presented the award for Best Composer to Kedar Upadhyay and Bhargav Purohit for the Movie Saiyar Mori re. The copyright society also set up a Helpdesk at the venue to build awareness of the role of IPRS and engage with the music creators and industry insiders attending the event.

IPRS representatives interacted with authors, composers, and music publishers, helping them to understand the nuances of music copyright, managing rights as a creator, and earning royalties from the music created.


Speaking about IPRS’s participation, Mr. Rakesh Nigam said, “IPRS is glad to reach out to the talented composers and lyricists of the Gujarati film industry through its association with GIFA 2023. The popularity of regional music in India is touching new heights. However, there is a lack of awareness amongst the community of music creators about copyright and all that is important for them to know to manage their rights and get duly credited and remunerated. We hope to strengthen our partnership with GIFA to support the creators from their region and help protect their right to royalty. I applaud the emerging talent and congratulate all the winners of the GIFA awards.”


Renowned singer, lyricist, and IPRS Committee Member Ms. Priya Saraiya added, “As a music creator, I know how important it is to receive due recognition for our work. I am very enthused by the work IPRS is doing in ensuring music creators get their rightful dues. I urge the authors and composers in Gujarat to be more aware of their rights to the music they create so that they do not miss out on their rightful dues. I hope the music creators and publishers from the region start reaching out to bodies like IPRS and benefit from it. Congratulations to all the winners. I wish them a flourishing future ahead.

The GIFA event was a grand success, attracting many prominent members of the Gujarati film industry, including actors, directors, and musicians. The event provided a platform for IPRS to connect with the industry and raise awareness about music copyright and the importance of fair pay and play of music. The initiative is a positive step toward promoting talent and creativity in the Indian entertainment industry.


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