The 95th ceremony of the world's greatest Oscar Awards was held in Los Angeles on Monday. India has won two Oscars in these awards. One of them is the song 'Natu Natu' from the RRR movie directed by top director Rajamouli in Telugu won the Oscar award in the original song category. The second one, 'The Elephant Whisperers' was the first Indian film to win an Oscar in the Best Documentary Short Film category. This is a film based on the story of a couple who took care of orphaned elephants. Karthiki Gonsalves, the director of this short film, and Gunith Monga, the producer, came on stage and received the award.
The live performance of the song 'Natu Natu', which has taken everyone from all corners of the world, got up and applauded like the audience in the Dolby theater. Later, famous director MM Keeravani who composed the music for this song, and Chandra Bose who wrote the song came on stage and received the Oscar award. With this, the entire country of India was drowned in happiness. Especially in the Telugu cine industry, everyone's heart was filled with unimaginable happiness. Everyone in the Telugu industry hailed it as a great thing for a Telugu film to win this award for the first time.
Natu Natu song from the Telugu movie 'RRR' is a hit in many theaters around the world. Moreover, it became the first song nominated by the Indian film industry. Singers Kalabhairava and Rahul Sipliganj performed this song on the Oscar stage, while a foreign dance troupe performed steps to the song.
Seven awards for a single film
'Everything Everywhere All at Once', a story of a family who migrated from China to America, won the best film. This movie got 11 nominations. It has won seven awards. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert won the award for best director for this movie. They are known as 'Daniels' who are American television directors. Michelle Yeoh, who played a key role as a laundry shop owner in the film, won the 'Best Actress Award'. She became the first woman of Asian descent to win an Oscar. The film won awards in the Best Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor, Screenplay, and Editor categories. Brendan Fraser won the award for best actor in the movie 'The Whale'.
Spending amount on this ceremony
Above Rs. 460 crores were spent on the organization of the Oscar ceremony. This time the guests were invited on a champagne-colored carpet instead of a yellow carpet. Fifty thousand square feet of this carpet cost more than Rs.20 lakhs. The organizers have fixed a price of Rs 16 crore for a 30-second ad to air a commercial on the show.
Oscar Award Winners
Every cine artist's dream is to step on that stage at least once in their life. It is a huge celebration that the whole world is eagerly waiting for. Those are the Oscars. These are the winners who stood as winners this time and proudly kissed the Academy Award.
Best Film: Everything Every Where All at Once
Director: Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert(Everything Every Where All at Once)
Actor: Brendan Presser (The Whale)
Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan (Everything Every Where All At Once)
Actress: Michelle Yeoh (Every Thing Everywhere All At Once)
Supporting Actress: Jamie Lee Curtis (Every Thing Every Where All At Once)
Original Score: All Quiet on the Western Front
Original Song: Natu Natu from RRR Movie (M.M Keeravani, Chandra Bose)
Makeup: Adrian Morot (The Whale)
Costume Design: Ruth E Carter (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever)
Screenplay: Every Thing Every Where All at Once
Adapted Screenplay: Women Talking, Sound: Top Gun: Maverick
Cinematography: All Quiet on the Western Front
Film Editing: Every Thing Everywhere All at Once
Visual Effects: Avatar – The Way of Water
Production Design: All Quiet on the Western Front
International Feature Film: All Quiet on the Western Front
Documentary Feature Film: Navalny
Documentary Short: The Elephant Whisperers
Animated Short: The Boy, the Mole, the Pox and the Horse