Oscars 2024: When and where to watch Oscar Awards Ceremony in India?

The biggest night of Hollywood is just around the corner with the 96th Academy Awards scheduled to set the international stage alight on March 10

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The biggest night of Hollywood is just around the corner with the 96th Academy Awards scheduled to set the international stage alight on March 10. The A-list names from movie industries across the globe will flock to at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood in Los Angeles to commemorate the best of the prestigious movie industry. From Mega Blockbuster Oppenheimer to Barbie, the best movies of the year will be commemorated on this auspicious night in Los Angeles. Here’s where you can live stream the prestigious event in India.

 

Where to watch Oscars 2024?

 

The Oscars 2024 will take place on March 11 and will start at 04:00 am IST. It can be live streamed on Disney+ Hotstar. Comedian and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel will host the Oscars for the fourth time in March 2024. Billie Eilish and Ryan Gosling are scheduled to sing songs nominated for Oscars from their hit film Barbie, while Jimmy Kimmel is expected to include jokes about the hugely popular comedy in his opening monologue.

 

Meanwhile, renowned director Christopher Nolan’s biopic centred on Robert Oppenheimer, the scientist behind the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, has garnered nominations in 13 categories, including 'Best Film', 'Best Director', and ‘Best Adapted Screenplay’. Greta Gerwig’s Barbie has been nominated 8 in 8 categories.

 

 What to look forward to?

All five songs nominated for Best Song will be performed, which includes Billie Eilish’ and Finneas’ What Was I Made For?, which is in a strong shout to bag the Best Original Song. Becky G will play Flamin’ Hot’s the Fire Inside, which will be her first time taking the limelight solo. Most anticipated however is Ryan Gosling’s performance debut in Oscars along with co-writers of Barbie Song I’m Just Ken, Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt.

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