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Yami Gautam praises Cillian Murphy for winning Oscars, calls him 'extraordinary'
Yami Gautam
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Yami Gautam praises Cillian Murphy for winning Oscars, calls him 'extraordinary'

| @indiablooms | 11 Mar 2024, 03:40 pm

Actress Yami Gautam praised Hollywood actor Cillian Murphy for winning the Oscars for his performance in 2023's hit movie Oppenheimer and said it is 'talent' that stands the tallest above anything.

Yami, who was recently seen in Article 370, said she does not believe in fake 'filmy' awards which stopped her from attending such events.

"Having no belief in any of the current fake “filmy” awards, since the last few years, I stopped attending them but today i am feeling really happy for an extraordinary actor who stands for patience, resilience & so many more emotions," she said.

Praising Murphy, Yami wrote: "Watching him being honoured on the biggest global platform tells us that in the end it’s your TALENT that stands the tallest above anything. Congratulations #CillianMurphy!"

Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, the epic story of American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in the development of the first atomic bomb, swept the Oscars night on Sunday at the 96th Academy Awards, winning the Best Movie laurel, along with six other awards.

Nolan's blockbuster biopic on the life of Oppenheimer, who was torn between a guilt conscience and remorsefulness over the atomic bomb's catastrophic effects after the bombs were dropped in Japan at the fag end of the Second World War, won the honors for best director (Nolan), best actor (Cillian Murphy), best supporting actor (Robert Downey Jr.), best cinematography (Hoyte van Hoytema), best film editing (Jennifer Lame) and best original score (Ludwig Göransson).

Receiving the award, Murphy said, "We made a film about the man who created the atomic bomb and for better or for worse, we are all living in Oppenheimer's world, so I'd like to dedicate to the peacemakers everywhere."

 

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