Published On: Mon, Feb 29th, 2016

Finally Leonardo DiCaprio Wins First Oscar in 2016 for Survival Epic ‘The Revenant’


After the weeks’ suspense and the five previous attempts, finally Leonado DiCaprio has named first Oscar for his survival Epic ‘The Revenant’.

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Several made disappointed at the 88th Academy Awards but some of those were confident for their Oscar victory as they have shown their best, the 2015 American biographical crime drama film “Spotlight,” based on the Boston Globe’s investigation into priest abuse, took home ‘best picture’ title.


It seems to be the 41-year-old DiCaprio wasn’t miss fifth chance bagging Oscar for his praiseworthy act of a frontiersman Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) sustains injuries from a brutal bear attack in ‘The Revenant’, was thought to be only one who deserves for the biggest title.

A huge noise of clapping was heard when American-British Julianne Moore announced DiCaprio name for best actor category, felt great honor receiving the first ever best actor prize.

The actor said after receiving Oscar, he made hope that audiences would pay attention to what his film ‘The Revenant’ tried to show regarding a man’s association with the natural world.

The director of the film Alejandro G. Iñárritu did it by composing stunning perfect survival drama “The Revenant”, had sacked his second directing achievement.

DiCaprio starrer survival drama won the most nominations at 12 but just named three Oscar titles at the 88th Academy Awards, while charming Brie Larson also took home best actress Oscar for her best Mom character in ‘Room’.

However, George Miller’s latest version from Mad Max franchise, Fury Road also emerged top winner at the 88th Academy Awards by bagging six accolades such as Oscar for ‘makeup-and-hairstyling’, ‘costume-design’, ‘production-design’ and sound-editing.

While for best supporting actress/actor victory went Alicia Vikander for role in ‘The Danish Girl’ and Mark Rylance for his outstanding performance in ‘Bridge of Spies’.