Bollywood directors tell us about their Best Film that is nominated Oscars!

Bollywood directors tell us about their Best Film that is nominated Oscars!


Now that Oscars is super close, we couldn’t conflict yet ask a Bollywood directors that film do they consider merit a many eluded endowment and also that is their favorite Oscar nominee..

Sudhir Mishra: ”My Oscar for Best Film would have to go to Martin Scorcese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street. It’s Scorcese’s best film since Good Fellas. People who have objected to a tinge of a film don’t know it’s a universe that Scorcese has decorated that’s squirmy, and not a approach it is portrayed. It’s a universe of crime and evil and a film goes during it full-on.”
Sujoy Ghosh: ”I wish Stephen Frears’ Philomena to win. There’s no approach it’d win. But that’s a one we adore a most. She is a one who stayed with me.”

Shoojit Sircar: ”It’s a toss-up between Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity and Martin Scorcese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street.”

Amole Gupte: ”My choice is Gravity. It’s a 21st Century Solaris

Ajay Bahl: ”I loved The Wolf Of Wall Street. we consider a Leonardo di Caprio’s best opening to date.”

Raj Nidimoru: ”Alfosno Cuaron’s Gravity hands-down. It’s a fantastic feat where singular qualification meets pleasing tellurian emotions. A philharmonic we knowledge usually once in a while. What is engaging is that a principal actors have not been nominated. But a film on a whole shines over a others.”

Bejoy Nambiar: ”Gravity is my choice, yet we loved The Wolf Of Wall Street a lot more. But we still consider Gravity is a trail violation cinematic knowledge .It will roughly certainly take a Brest Picture Oscar.”

Prawaal Raman: ”12 Years A Slave. It beautifully portrays a suggestion of presence opposite all odds.”

Santosh Sivan: ”Gravity is awesome. It touches a new cinematic level.”

Ananth Mahadevan: ”Steve McQueen’s 12 Years A Slave. The depiction of a quandary of a male unjustly sole as a worker captures a unfortunate section of American history. Steve McQueen paints a heart-rending picture. we cite this tellurian play to a other nominees.”

Sahil Sangha: ”As a doctrinaire Scorcese fan I’d wish to see The Wolf Of Wall Street win. Gravity is another favourite since it is a singular difference that given a technical bounds it has pushed, it still touches us as a tellurian story. Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyers Club and Philomena are also excellent. You have successfully asked a toughest doubt of a year and I’m unexpected not envying a Oscar jury one bit!”

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