Is Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi starring Alia Bhatt in the race for Oscars? [Deets Inside]

There is a strong buzz that SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus starring RRR Ram Charan And Jr. NTR is being considered for India’s official entry for the Best Foreign Feature Film award. Vivek Agnihotri Directorial The Kashmir Files and R Madhavan‘S Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is being told in the race for the Oscars. And if the latest discussion is to go by, Sanjay Leela BhansaliStarring Gangubai Kathiawadi Alia Bhatt may also be included in the list of disputes. Also read- Boycott Brahmastra is again trending on Twitter as fans try to control damage by trending ‘We love Alia Bhatt’ on her ‘Don’t watch me’ comment. [VIEW TWEETS]

The film received a positive response with critics praising Alia’s performance as well as the scale and direction of the film. film, which based on Hussein Zaidiq‘Mumbai Ki Mafia Queens’, inspired by real-life sex worker Gangubai, tells the story of the titular character of Alia, who becomes a mafia queen in Mumbai. Also read- Trending South News Today: Liger crashes at the box office, Jr NTR does Brahmastra and more

Meanwhile, RRR had a theatrical release on March 25, breaking into the coveted 1,000 crore club within 16 days of its worldwide release. It is the third highest grossing Indian film of all time. Rajamouli found it both satisfying and unexpected for the Ram Charan and Jr NTR-starrer to become the most-watched Indian film on Netflix, with a total viewing time of over 47 million hours with subtitles in 15 other languages. Also read- Koffee With Karan 7: Laal Singh Chaddha’s impact on Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan; His Episode Voted Least Entertaining [View Poll Result]

The film received appreciation from all over the world for its commendable performances, scintillating cinematic scale, action and drama. It saw Ram Charan and Jr NTR garner praise and praise from the audience and critics alike. The film is also being praised by several Hollywood filmmakers including the Russo Brothers.

The selection is made by the Film Federation of India (FFI), the apex body of filmmakers, distributors, exhibitors and studio owners, and since 1957, when Mehboob Khan’s Mother India Lost by just one vote, all two Indian films — Mira NairSalaam Bombay (1988) and Aamir Khan-Starrer Tax (2001) — Made it to the shortlist of Oscar nominations.

(with IANS inputs)

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