Who got the First Oscar Award in India?

The United States is the host nation for the Oscars or Academy Awards. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) gives out Oscars on a yearly basis. These honors are granted for the film industry's aesthetic and technical excellence. 

These are the most prestigious and important honors in the global entertainment business. The Initially Academy Awards were first presented by AMPAS in 1929 at a private luncheon hosted by Douglas Fairbanks at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Answer - Bhanu Athaiya got the first Oscar Award in India.

When Bhanu Athaiya won the Best Costume Design prize at the 55th Annual Academy Awards in 1983, she became the first Indian to win an Oscar. For their work on the movie "Gandhi," she and British costume designer John Mollo received a joint award. The first Indian woman to ever win an Oscar is Bhanu Athaiya.

In an interview that appeared in a British weekly newspaper last year, Athaiya said, "Richard Attenborough was developing a complex picture and required someone who knew India through and out. There was so much to give, and I was prepared for it."

Eight Oscars, including those for best picture, actor, and director, went to "Gandhi." Athaiya became the first Indian-born Oscar winner in history when she shared the costume design trophy with British designer John Mollo.

Summary:

Who got the First Oscar Award in India?

 Bhanu Athaiya got the first Oscar Award in India. In 1983, she won the Best Costume Design Oscar at the 55th Academy Awards.

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