Oscar goof up: Bollywood and film celebs react on the mix-up.
When it comes to awards for actors and artistes, the Oscars is considered to be the most genuine recognition of true talent (Indian film awards, on the contrary, are considered to be the opposite).
However, the recent goof-up at the Oscars have finally provided Bollywood celebs with a reason to laugh at the Oscars. And in this case, the mix-up at the Oscars was pretty serious.
Here’s how our Bollywood celebrities have reacted to the Oscar goof-up.
“Oscars saving the best moment for last. At least this doesn’t happen in our award shows… we just give it to whoever is still there in audience,” filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan.
#Oscars saving the best moment for last!At least this doesn't happen in our award shows.. we just give to whoever is still there in audience
— Farah Khan (@TheFarahKhan) February 27, 2017
Oscars have categories & then chose a winner, we chose a winner & then decide a category.
— Arshad Warsi (@ArshadWarsi) February 27, 2017
Donald Trump get an opportunity to get back at Hollywood, blames Oscars goof-up on Hollywood’s obsession about him (referring to Meryl Streep’s public feud with Donald Trump) rather than concentrating on running a smooth show. In an interview with conservative website Breitbart News, Trump said Oscars organizers had taken their eyes off the ball because they “were focused so hard on politics.
Here are more comments from Indian film celebs.
“Oscars, what? No critics award? No popular award? Gosh these guys just don’t know how to make everyone happy,” Filmmaker Kunal Kohli.
That was the most ridiculous and hysterical goof up in the history of the academy awards!!!!! #oscarbooboo
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) February 27, 2017
Here are some more funny reactions:
— 🐿 (@prtxt) February 27, 2017
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