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Ang Lee: says 'Namaste' thanks Suraj Sharma on Winning the Oscars

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, February 26, 2013]
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Director Ang Lee's magnum opus and blockbuster 'Life of Pi' based on Yann Martel's Booker prize winning novel has won four well deserved Oscars at the Academy Awards  held at Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California The most spectacular cinematic event of 2012, Fox Star 'Life Of Pi' continued to defy expectations with Ang Lee winning Best Director who in an emotional speech specially paid a tribute to rising Indian star 'Suraj Sharma' and his Indian crew on stage for the award!

The acclaimed two time 'Oscar' winner ended his touching speech with 'Namaste' which saw a standing ovation and thunderous applause!

'Life Of Pi' notched the maximum wins at the Oscars in the below categories: Directing: Ang Lee Best Cinematography: Claudio Miranda Music (original score): Mychael Danna Visual Effects: Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott The stunning 3D saga has seen tremendous success since its release in November 2012 by earning the second spot on the top Hollywood grosser's list in India (After 'Avatar') and earning nearly $600 million worldwide.




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