Not one, but two domestic films earned a name for themselves at the Oscars in 2023, making it a huge day for Indian filmmakers and cinema aficionados. The Elephant Whisperers won Best Short Documentary at the festival, while RRR's "Naatu Naatu" won Best Original Music. Indians went to social media to express their joy over the Oscar honor.
Tourists have begun flocking to Tamil Nadu, the state portrayed in the Oscar-winning film The Elephant Whisperers, amid a surge in interest in Indian films globally. As the title indicates, the video depicts the human-animal link and what we may do if we strive to collaborate with nature. Visitors have begun to visit the Madumalai Theppakadu elephant camp in order to see the young elephant 'Raghu' from the video.
The premise of The Elephant Whisperers is about a family who adopts two orphaned young elephants in Tamil Nadu's Mudumalai Tiger Reserve. The protagonists of the Oscar-winning documentary 'The Elephant Whisperers' are unable to see the film at home, and here's why.
One tourist mentioned in a periodical remarked of witnessing the elephants, "It's a fantastic time. It's an honor to be here. My favorite animal is the elephant, thus the fact that the film won an Oscar makes me happy and joyful."
Another international visitor stated, "I am from London; we came here because two young elephants from here won an Oscar last night. It's lovely to see them, and I had a good time seeing them. My favorite animals are elephants. I feel so fortunate to be able to visit them today."
The Oscar-winning documentary was directed by Kartiki Gonsalves and produced by Guneet Monga as the two ladies walked onto the Oscars platform to accept their golden statuettes.
Tourists Throng To The Tamil Nadu Elephant Camp As 'The Elephant Whisperers' Win An Oscar
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