British National Award for director Shekhar Kapur
Noted film director Shekhar Kapur has been presented with the British National Award for Best Director for 'What's Love Got To Do With It'.
An Overview of the news:
- At the award ceremony, the film 'What's Love Got To Do With It' was nominated in nine categories, out of which the film won four.
- Apart from Best Director, the film was also awarded Best British Film, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor.
- Shekhar Kapur is best known for directing films ranging from Bandit Queen, Mr. India to Elizabeth.
National and International Career of Shekhar Kapur:
- Shekhar's international career His film Elizabeth, which came in 1998, was given the Oscar Award in the Best Make-up category.
- Its sequel Elizabeth - The Golden Age, which came in the year 2007, won the Oscar Award in the Best Costume Design category.
- Currently Shekhar is in news for the sequel of his classic Hindi film Masoom.
- What's Love Got To Do With It is a British romantic comedy, released in the UK as well as the US and India.
- The film stars Lily James, Shazad Latif, Shabana Azmi, Emma Thompson, Sajal Ali, Oliver Chris and Asim Chowdhary in lead roles.
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