One of the most prestigious prizes in the world of cinema is the Oscars. The Academy Awards are another name for the Oscars. Many people believe that these awards are the most prestigious and important ones in the American entertainment sector. The Indian film industry has been greatly impacted by these esteemed accolades. And, most recently, India even submitted a film for the Oscars in 2024.
The official submission for the Oscars in 2024 is a Malayalam movie called. The movie was selected from a group of 22 others, including The Kerala Story (in Hindi), Rocky Aur Rani’s Love Story, Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway (also in Hindi), Balagam (in Telugu), Valavi (in Marathi), Baplyok (in Marathi), and August 16, 1947 (in Tamil). To find out more about the movie, read the following.
Which Indian Movie Got Selected for Oscars 2024?
India’s official submission for the 2024 Oscars is a Malayalam film named ‘2018’. The Indian Film Federation has made this announcement. ‘2018 Everyone is a Hero’ is a movie based on the heartbreaking story of the Kerala floods in 2018. The movie shows how people may overcome natural calamities. Additionally, it illustrates how humanity triumphs in such a situation. Jude Anthony Joseph is the director of the 2018 movie. This second most popular Malayalam movie of 2023 is a low-budget movie. However, the film earned a huge profit of Rs 100 Crores.
Two films released on May 5th this year and both were in the race to be India’s entry to #Oscars2024.
➞ 2018, a Malayalam film based on Kerala floods
➞ The Kerala Story, a Hindi film based on Sanghi lies
Good to see that they chose the real Kerala Story and not the fake one. pic.twitter.com/x91qyZXgo7
— Siddharth (@DearthOfSid) September 27, 2023
When is the Oscar Awards?
The 96th Oscars will be presented on Sunday, March 10, 2024. The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood will host this award ceremony. More than 200 nations will watch it live as it is broadcast from ABC. ‘Natu Natu’ from the movie ‘R’ has previously won the Oscar in the Original Song category at the 96th Academy Awards. In addition, ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ won this prestigious prize for the best documentary short film. The story of Bomman and Bellie, who fostered abandoned elephant calves in Tamil Nadu, is the inspiration for the documentary.