Many movies have just made their industries proud with their unexpected performances at Box-Office. The movie successfully made their name and ranked in the highest places in terms of gross collection. Two out of those four movies, two of them are from the South Indian Industry and the second two are from Bollywood. These are the movies RRR, Kantara, The Kashmir Files, and Gangubai Kathiawadi.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that on Monday there are 301 feature films, including whispered contenders like Elvis, The Fabelmans, and Living, which are eligible for the 95th Academy Awards. This number of films is a rise from the 276 pictures that were eligible in 2021 last year and a decrease from 366 in 2020 when the pandemic was at its worst.
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These movies are now all lined up in the race to win the accolade for their own. Now it depends on their luck. The movie has crossed high-crossing grades in India last year. Now, not only this but SS Rajamouli RRR’s song ‘Nattu Nattu’ has also been nominated for the Original song. This time Indian Cinema has been shortlisted for this oscar Award. It is a matter of pride for Tollywood and Bollywood in an industry that these movies of their favourite stars are now nominated for these awards. Soon the Oscar awards winner will be announced. Soon the wait will be over. The audience's eyes are glued to hear the name of the upcoming winner of this oscar.
All representative nominees are listed on the Academy’s annual Reminder List of Productions Eligible for the 95th Academy Awards, involving the performers eligible for consideration in the acting classifications. The highest-grossing films of the year including “Avatar: The Way of Water” “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” and “Top Gun: Maverick” are among the rugged list, while critically acclaimed features such as “The Banshees of Inisherin”, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and “Tár” is also in the mix.
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