The most awaited star-studded event has begun and as Oscars 2019 awards are being handed over to the best-deserved nominees, Bollywood celebrities are up and about, posting their congratulations for the winners. In a recent tweet, Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor tweeted a picture with makeup designer Greg Cannom who won the award for Vice today. Also Read - Raj Kapoor's Ancestral Haveli in Pakistan Under Demolition Threat as Owner Wants to Construct a Commercial Complex
Sharing throwback pictures from the shoot days of his 2016 release, Kapoor & Sons, Rishi can be seen sitting still in a room with Greg at work, getting the look correct for his role. The tweet read, “Congratulations Greg Cannom for your fourth Oscar for the film Vice. You did Kapoor& Sons with me. Bravo!” (sic). Also Read - We All Have Battle to Fight in Our Head! Neetu Kapoor Shares Throwback Picture With Rishi Kapoor
After spending months in the US for the treatment of his undisclosed illness, actor Rishi Kapoor has opened up for the first time about it. In his interaction with an entertainment portal, senior Kapoor said that he is recovering well and is hoping to return to his homeland soon. The actor also said that he’s been away from the movies for some time but working on making this break therapeutic for him.
As for the great gala of Academy Awards 2019, the 91st Oscars began with some stunning red carpet appearances. While this year remained especially controversial for the Academy, seems like everything has resulted in just more buzz around the 91st Oscars. The year is also brought in many firsts for the Academy. Apart from Netflix getting its first nomination in years, Oscars is seeing a nomination of superhero film for the first time in the Best Picture category. Director Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther has created a history by bagging a nomination in the coveted category. From the academy’s initial decision of not allowing the nominees of the Best Original Song to perform at the ceremony to the entire hullabaloo around its host, this year saw many firsts. All even before the ceremony actually started.