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The Shape of Water Best Film and Gary Oldman Best Actor at the Oscars

The Shape of Water Best Film and Gary Oldman Best Actor at the Oscars

The Shape of Water won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 80th Grand Prix held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California, while Guillermo del Toro won for Best Director for Shape of the Water. Shape of the Water, which received a total of thirteen Oscar nominations, received four Oscar awards. The Oscar Awards, held in February each year, were held in March due to the Winter Olympics this year. Jimmy Kimmel also hosted the Oscars this year.
Towards the seed, India was disappointed in this Oscar. The Chilean film A Fantastic Woman won an Oscar in the category of Best Foreign Film. Victoria & Abdul, on the other hand, who received nominations in two categories, also did not receive any award. The film stars Indian actor Ali Fazal and famous British actress Judy Dench in the lead roles. Anupam Kher's film The Big Seek was also nominated in one category but did not get an Oscar.

Speech given to Raquel Shanto in sign language


Raquel Shenton, a 20-year-old Oscar winner for Best Live Action Short film The Silent Child, won the hearts of deaf people around the world with her speech in British Sign Language. The film Silent Child tells the story of a six-year-old deaf child. Raquel promised the six-year-old Maizi Sly that she would give her speech sign language if she won the Oscar. He said in his silent speech that deafness is a silent paralysis. You cannot see or hear it. Millions of children around the world suffer from this disability and have difficulty accessing education due to deafness.

The Shape of Water Best Film and Gary Oldman Best Actor at the Oscars


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