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The 95th Academy Award or Oscars is approaching, and the Film industry as well as enthusiasts everywhere are getting ready. ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ is going to lead the candidature with a whopping eleven, but the viewing public is still trying to get over “the slap” of the Oscars show from last year.
Here is all the information you require on the 2023 Oscars, including its date, where you can watch the live broadcast, and this year’s controversy. On Sunday evening at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, the Academy Award or Oscars will be presented. On March 13, at 5.30 am, the ceremony will be live-streamed in India.
Where to Watch the Oscars 2023 Online?
On March 13, viewers in India would have to get up early because the Academy Award 2023 ceremony starts at 5.30 am. Indian audiences may watch the awards presentation live on Disney+Hotstar. Others can watch the program online by subscribing to Fubo TV, AT&T TV, Youtube TV, or Hulu Live TV.
Several of these platforms also provide brief free trials. By verifying your provider, fans can also live stream the program on the ABC app and ABC.com in the interim.
India at the 2023 Academy Award
The energizing anthem “Naatu Naatu” from S. S. Rajamouli’s Tollywood action epic “RRR” will be expected to perform at the Oscars, which is a great and proud moment for our nation, India. The song “Naatu Naatu” is written by Chandrabose and the music was inculcated by Keeravaani, who was the composer of the song. N.T. Rama Rao Jr and Ram Charan are the Tollywood actors who danced to the mesmerizing tunes of the song ‘Naatu Naatu’.
The track is contested against well-known artists like Diane Warren, David Byrne, Mitski, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga for the Oscar for outstanding original track in 2023.
For the 3rd time as well as the first time since 2018, Jimmy Kimmel will serve as host. It was also the final time a single host presided over the Oscars. Several seasons after Kimmel’s final appearance, the show was without a host. Amy Schumer, Regina Hall, and Wanda Sykes shared hosting duties the previous year.