Jai Bhim out of Oscar race; Suriya's fans say they are always proud of him

Hopes were quite high on this film and everyone believed that it had all the scope to make it to the trophy. But unfortunately, it is out of the Oscar race now and this news has become a disappointment.

By Bhavana Sharma  Published on  9 Feb 2022 9:53 AM GMT
Jai Bhim out of Oscar race; Suriyas fans say they are always proud of him

Jai Bhim is the topmost-rated film of 2021. Starring Suriya in the lead role, the film is all about a court drama that narrates the story of an illegal case around an innocent man whose family is tortured by the police. The film is directed by TJ Gnanavel. It was known that this film is the official entry to the Oscars from India and that it had got selected for the set of the last 276 films for the Best Film Category.

Hopes were quite high on this film and everyone believed that it had all the scope to make it to the trophy. But unfortunately, it is out of the Oscar race now and this news became such a disappointment to every Indian out there. Well, there are a few who are celebrating the fact that it is the only movie that made it to the Oscar YouTube Library. They are proud that a Tamil film got recognition across the world.

Fans wrote:

"This is sooo unfair. Year after year. #sooraraipottru and now #JaiBhim. Remember guys, it took the legend Leonardo DiCaprio 25 odd years to win an Oscar. If anyone can bring us an Oscar it's #Suriya. Credits to the entire team. Waiting for #ET." (sic)

Even though #JaiBhim didn't make it into the final #OscarNoms list, Very Happy that the movie has been appreciated & lauded by everyone till now. The effort & Hope made my #JaiBhim Team is Amazing & Commendable @Suriya_offl "CONTENT IS THE KING #EtharkkumThunindhavan #VaadiVaasal." (sic)

Priyadarshan's Malayalam war film 'Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham', failed to make it to the list of nominations for the 94th Academy Awards that was announced on Tuesday. The Oscar ceremony is scheduled to be held on Sunday, March 27, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and will be televised on the American network ABC and in more than 200 territories worldwide.

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