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Yami Gautam Says She Has No ‘Belief in Fake Filmy Awards’, Netizens React 

Yami Gautam Says She Has No 'Belief in Fake Filmy Awards', Netizens React
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Actor Yami Gautam recently stated that she has stopped attending “current filmy awards” and called them fake. She expressed how happy she was to know about actor Cillian Murphy’s winning the Best Actor award for Oppenheimer at the 96th Academy Awards.

Yami congratulated Cillian Murphy on X and wrote, “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.”

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! #Oscar2024.

Yami Gautam

As soon as Yami shared the tweet, netizens reacted. There were mixed opinions about Yami’s tweet; some praised it, and on the other hand, some trolled her. She was praised for her performance in her recent film, Article 370, and another user compared her to Kangana Ranaut and said she is becoming like her.

Yami Gautam and her husband, Aditya Dhar, are expecting their first child together. The couple tied the knot in 2021. They shared the news on the trailer launch of the film Article 370.

Cillian Murphy Shines At Oscars

Cillian’s film Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan, was crowned Best Picture at the Oscars. His blockbuster biopic got the Best Supporting Actor Award for Robert Downey Jr. and the Best Director Award for Nolan. 

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences awarded Oppenheimer the top prize for a highly viewed, big-budget studio picture, something it hasn’t done in over ten years. “We all live in Oppenheimer’s world, for better or worse,” Murphy remarked in his victory speech. He also said that this is a dedication to the peacemakers.

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