Anupam Kher addresses several issues with The Kashmir Files following RRR’s 2023 Oscar nomination.

The 95th annual Academy Awards nominees were recently made available to the public. For its musical number Naatu Naatu, the Telugu film RRR by SS Rajamouli was nominated in the Best Original Song category. The MM Keeravani song has inspired audiences to practically dance in the aisles of theatres where it has been performed, and even Anupam Kher is a fan. The iconic actor recently spoke highly of RRR and its song Naatu Naatu, as well as the Vivek Agnihotri-directed film The Kashmir Files, which is no longer eligible for an Oscar in 2023.

Earlier, a number of Indian films reached the list of 301 films that might be nominated for an Oscar in 2023, including Alia Bhatt’s Gangubai Kathiawadi and the Kannada film Kantara by Rishabh Shetty. Anupam Kher’s The Kashmir Files was another title on the list. Anupam has now addressed both the fact that his film did not receive an Oscar nomination and the resounding support that RRR has thus far received throughout the Hollywood awards season.

According to the actor, winning the Critics’ Choice Award and the Golden Globe for Best Song for RRR is the finest feeling for Indian cinema. Why shouldn’t we have a party? Therefore, the Kashmir Files must definitely have some issues. Because I actually thought, “Wow, the song Naatu Naatu, the whole crowd is dancing on that,” I am sort of the first person to tweet that. Due to the fact that, up until this point, any films that they (western audiences) recognised were about the poverty of Indians or about a foreigner who made a film about Indians, whether it was Richard Attenborough or Danny Boyle (but from a Western outlook). A Hindustani film, a Telugu film, or whatever else has never been released before.

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