India should send Rocketry, The Kashmir Files to the Oscars, according to Bollywood star R Madhavan, who is currently promoting the movie Dhokha Round the Corner.
Ranganathan Madhavan, who will next be seen in the movie Dhokha Round the Corner, is well-known for playing a variety of characters on screen and is also successful in his profession, as seen by the fact that he has won three Tamil Nadu State Film Awards. He has distinguished himself not only via his outstanding performances in the Bollywood business but also by the presentation of his skills in South Indian film. The actor recently offered his thoughts on the movies that India should think about sending to the Oscars.
According to R Madhavan, India need to think about entering movies like Rocketry and The Kashmir Files in the Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards. The Indian government chose Chhello Show as India’s official submission for the Oscars in 2023 just a few days prior.
R Madhavan and Darshan Kumaar joked that Rocketry and The Kashmir Files should also be nominated for the coveted Oscars in an exclusive chat with IndiaToday. Madhavan remarked, “I think they should send Rocketry also, The Kashmir Files.” Further, he added, “He [Darshan] is starting a campaign for The Kashmir Files, I am starting a campaign for Rocketry.”
Chhello Show will be India’s official submission for the Oscars in 2023, according to R Madhavan. He stated: “All the best to them (the team). I hope they go and win and make us proud. It’s time that we do as well in the film industry as we do as a country.”
He added, “I also hope we have an Oscar equivalent or better in India. Ab bohot ho gaya we are trying to prove something over there.”
When asked about the Oscars and how it is seen in the nation, Madhavan answered, “It’ll be good to have the mantle, it will be a different thing. The only difference with Oscar is that for anybody who gets it in the West, there’s a huge difference in their stature, income, and salary, in the way they proceed in the industry. We should have one in India where the moment we get the award, there’s a legitimate increase in the valuation to go up.”