Friday, July 12, 2024

Topic: Oscars

Oppenheimer named as ‘Best Picture' at the Oscars, Cillian Murphy bags ‘Best Actor' trophy

Emma Stone won best actress for 'Poor Things,' while Robert Downey Jr. and Da'Vine Joy Randolph claimed their first Academy Awards in the supporting actor categories.

The Oscar for ‘everything everywhere all at once’ goes to…and when your bank loses its balance

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at INDIANEXPOSE.

What Naa-tu take away from Oscar night & Academy Award for Best Carpentry goes to...

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at INDIANEXPOSE.

Naatu Naatu fever hits RS after Oscar. IUML suggests MPs shake a leg, BJP says ‘India has arrived'

Praise for ‘Naatu Naatu’ — which won the Oscar for best original song — and 'The Elephant Whisperers', judged the best documentary (short), cut across party lines.

Celebrate Naatu Naatu’s Oscar but don’t forget this exclusion

The exclusion and passing in the Naatu Naatu Oscar performance have been questioned by South Asian dancers living in Los Angeles.

‘Do you know Naatu? You are about to!’ PM Modi says India elated, proud at ‘RRR’ song's Oscar win

Director Rajamouli said the Academy recognition will accelerate the sequel; actor NTR Jr said many more stories will now come out of India.

Compelling, simple, magical—Gujarati film Chhello Show deserves to be India’s Oscar entry

Pan Nalin’s film is not perfect, but its heartwarming story about the love for celluloid will make you root for it.

India's Oscar entry, Tuhin Kashyap's The Horse from Heaven is right mix of myth and magic

With Atul Pachoni as Kuxhol and Goti as the ‘reincarnation’ of Hindu god Indra’s horse, the Assamese film shows the power of fictionalising reality to feel better.

What is life like as refugee? Oscar-nominated Flee shows Afghanistan at its best—and worst

From Kabul's 'liberated' heights to 1980s Soviet regime, Taliban invasion and refugee life—Flee shows the horrors of escaping a warzone.

Asked Will Smith to leave Oscars ceremony but he refused, says Academy

The Academy will hold a vote to decide Smith’s punishment for slapping comedian Chris Rock on stage.

On Camera

In contest between private broadcasters and Prasar Bharati, sport will be the ultimate loser

Prasar Bharati can offer high-definition sports content, but risks falling short on delivering user experience that private broadcasters invest heavily in.

Govt allows FCI to sell surplus wheat & rice produce to private players from next month

Surplus wheat will be sold at Rs 2,325 per quintal & rice at Rs 2,800 per quintal — lower than current market rates. Open market sale is aimed at regulating domestic supply & prices.

20 countries, 140+ aircraft — IAF to participate in largest edition of Australia's Exercise Pitch Black

IAF aircraft that will participate in exercise from 12 July to 2 August include the Su-30 MKI multirole fighters, the C-17 Globemaster and the IL-78 Air-to-Air refuelling aircraft.

Modi's new universe: the normal irritants of democracy & awkward chai with Rahul Gandhi

Changed reality for Modi govt in its 3rd innings is by no means rise of a new phenomenon. It's a return to old normal where even majorities had to routinely wrestle with storied million mutinies.