Rajkummar Rao's 'Newton', India's official entry to Oscars 2018, leaked online

Newton Movie Review

Newton Movie Review

Such malpractices have been affecting box office collections of films. The kind of response we are getting for the film in India is so good and now, an Oscar submission, it's huge. No Indian film since "Lagaan" in 2001 has made it to the final five of the Oscar race, and no Indian film has ever won the Academy Award. Earlier, Barfi, which was India's entry to the Oscars in 2012, was also accused of lifting scenes from Charlie Chaplin movies.

Rajkummar Rao's Newton has hit the theatres this Friday.

Within 24 hours of its release, the High Definition print of Newton has shown up online and has already been downloaded many times.

The political satire "Newton" which is directed by Amit Masukar, depicting election in remote jungles of India, is giving a new hope to the country's long dry spell of films at Oscar.

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Rajkumar Rao who is playing the main lead in the movie Netwon is really overwhelmed with the fact that his movie has been nominated for the Oscar Awards 2018 out of the 26 Hindi films. "Newton" revolves around a young government clerk Newton Kumar, who has been appointed on election duty to in a Naxal-controlled village, where villagers have no idea about the concept of voting.

Rajkummar Rao's Newton has been winning hearts and has managed to impress the audience and the critics alike. We wonder if this piece of information would have made headlines if Newton had not got selected for the Oscars.

A black comedy, the film is the second from director Amit V Masurkar, after Sulemani Keeda.

The actor says he disagrees with a notion that commercial films are low on content and indie films are always good. (2012), The Good Road (2013), Liar's Dice (2014), Court (2015), and Interrogation (2016).

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