This time two Indian films have won the Oscars. At the same time, The Elephant Whispers has won the award for Best Documentary Short Film. Let’s know that five big things because of which this film has made its name.
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This time India won a grand victory at the 95th Academy Awards. With this, this year is full of pride and happiness for India. The song Naatu Naatu from SS Rajamouli’s film RRR created history on the Oscars stage. At the same time, producer Guneet Monga’s documentary ‘The Elephant Whispers’ got the Oscar Award. Let’s tell that those five big things of this documentary, due to which it has got the award.
The Elephant Whisperer, which registered its name in the Oscars, is a documentary that was streamed on Netflix. This documentary, directed by Kartiki Gonsalves, has been produced by Guneet Monga. Its story is based on an elephant, which is left alone. Also, this story depicts an unbreakable bond formed between the caretakers of that elephant.
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Read here 5 big things of the documentary
1- The story revolves around South’s couple Bomman and Bailey, a baby elephant named Raghu. The story touches your heart as you watch how a couple dedicates their lives to taking care of an orphaned baby elephant and builds a family.
2- Theppakadu Elephant Camp, located in the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, is the oldest elephant camp in Asia. This documentary has been shot at this place. This place was established about 105 years ago.
3- The entire story of the film is built on the love of the elephant and its owner. The bond between the two is shown, how he plays with his elephant and has fun. Also, his wife is also shown having fun while playing with that elephant. This bond has impressed the audience a lot.
4- To immerse herself in the world of Boman and Bailey, Guneet went to Mudumalai and attended the wedding of Boman and Bailey, which is featured in the film. He completed 400 hours of shooting for the film to be a 41-minute film.
5- Apart from the beautiful relationship between humans and animals, the film also depicts the history of Indian culture and environmental protection. Tribal community loves their environment very much. Which is shown in this film of Kartiki.