No black female has won an Oscar in 73 years

No black female has won an Oscar in 73 years

No black female has won an Oscar in 73 years, and despite four wins, no one has attended the ceremony, according to anonymous Oscars ladies.

a venue for recognising and praising the contributions of those involved in the global cinema and media industries. The 95th Oscars, or 2023, have already generated some interest. The films that will this time make it to the Academy Awards stage are the subject of rumours all throughout the world.

The Indian films “RRR”

The Indian films “RRR” by Raja S Mouli and “The Kashmir Files” by Vivek Agnihotri were being considered as contenders, however the Gujarati film “Chello Show” has been picked for the Oscar in 2023 by the Film Federation of India (FFI). The Last Film Show is the English title of Pan Nalin’s 110-minute film.

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Every year we too keep our gaze waiting for this golden trophy and aspire to win it. It is a different matter that in the journey of 95 years to the Oscars, only 5 Indians have been able to lift the Golden Trophy in different categories, but those five winning pictures have definitely raised our hopes. Bhanu Athaiya was also the only woman in Indian cinema on these five occasions, who won the Oscar for Best Costume Designer for the popular film ‘Gandhi’.

Many women have played an active role behind making the Oscars reach this point. While some were treated unfairly, some were awarded the title of success. Let us know the stories of such women.

Every year, we also keep an eye out for this golden trophy and strive to take home the prize. In the 95 years leading up to the Oscars, just 5 Indians have managed to win the Golden Trophy in various categories, but those five winning films have unquestionably increased our aspirations. Bhanu Athaiya, who won the Oscar for Best Costume Designer for the well-known movie “Gandhi,” was also the sole woman in Indian

cinema on all five occasions

Many women have actively contributed to the success of something like the Oscars up to this time. While some people received unjust treatment, others were given the status of success. Tell us the tales of these women.

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