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1. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
Mehboob Khan’s celebrated epic was the first Indian film to be nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category in 1958. Bunny Reuben Sep 23, 2016 · 01:30 pm
2. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
Mother India (directed by Mehboob Khan) was the first Indian movie to be nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, in 1958, it lost to Federico Fellini’s Nights in Cabiria.
3. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
India has submitted films for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film (formerly Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film) since 1957, a year after the incorporation of the category. The award is given annually by the United States Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States that contains primarily non …
4. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
In 1958, ‘Mother India’ became India’s first submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and was chosen as one of the five nominations for the category. The film came close to winning the Academy Award, but lost to Federico Fellini’s ‘Le Notti di Cabiria’ by a single vote!
5. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
This is the list of Indians who are Academy Award (informally known as the Oscars) winners and nominees. As of 2016, eleven Indians have been nominated for a total of fourteen Oscars, six of whom have won seven Oscars.Four have been nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category.. Satyajit Ray is the only Indian who has received an Honorary Academy Award, and A. R. Rahman is the only …
6. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
First, it was the ‘Mother India’ movie of the year 1958 which was selected for Oscar nomination in the ‘Best Foreign Language Film Category’. This movie narrated the best ever story of a mother …
7. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
Mother India. India Nine Lives. Norway Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. Winner. Samuel Goldwyn Music (Scoring) … Best Motion Picture – Henry Fonda and Reginald Rose, … Foreign Language Film – India. N. The Nights of Cabiria. 1 Win, 1 Nomination * Foreign Language Film – Italy.
8. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
The 1957 Hindi film Mother India was India’s first submission. The film made it to the final shortlist and was nominated alongside four other films in the category. It came close to winning the Academy Award but lost to Nights of Cabiria by a single vote.
9. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
The film was directed by Mehboob Khan in the year 1957. The film was nominated for the ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ in 1958 in the 30th Academy Awards. The film lost to Nights of Cabiria by one vote. An Encounter with Faces, 1978:
10. In 1958, Mother India lost the best foriegn language film Oscar to a film from
1. Mother India. This masterpiece was the first ever Indian film to be part of the Oscars. It was nominated in 1958 under the Best Foreign Language Film category. Though it did not bring home the Oscar, it brought India and its cinema into the global spotlight.
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Raimunda (Cruz, in an Oscar-nominated performance), her teenage daughter and her hairdresser sister are coping as best they can since the death of their mother and also their … three Academy Awards (Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director and Best …
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|Download the ‘Lehren Android App’ – https://goo.gl/m2xNRt Mother India is a 1957 Indian epic drama film, directed by Mehboob Khan and starring Nargis and Sunil Dutt. It was India’s first submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1958, where it got the nomination and lost the award by just one vote. For More Untold …|
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