Leonardo DiCaprio Starrer ‘The Revenant’ Wins Many Achievements at 2016 BAFTA Awards


Leonardo DiCaprio’s another film ‘The Revenant’ does rock all over the world and emerged naming most wins at British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards 2016 ceremony which held on Sunday.


According to latest updates, American epic adventure western film 2015 have sacked multiple awards such as Best Picture, Best Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio, Best Director for Mexican Alejandro González Inarritu and awards for its music and cinematography.

The plot of the film revolves around a ‘frontiersman’ Hugh Glass who launches a campaign on fur trading during the 1820, while had to tackle with bears and even members of his hunting team as well faces so many toughest stages during the journey.

The 41-year-old versatile Hollywood star’s companions alone him in forest after facing deadliest attack by a giant bear, though the Hugh Glass can easily survive but extreme winter temperatures stops his way that what learn him to get vengeance for what became the reason of his defeat.

After getting BAFTA, DiCaprio looks confident for his possible victory of another upcoming biggest event Oscars, while the actor thanked his beloved mother by receiving prize. The ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ star also explained his inspirations in the industry such as actors Gary Oldman, Peter O’Toole and Daniel Day-Lewis.

DiCaprio starrer ‘The Revenant’ emerged top winner at British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards 2016 which makes assure his uncounted fans that Oscars will be in his hand soon because he deserves with his best.

He also has won three Golden Globe Awards, explained that he had to face unexpected difficulties during the filming of some scenes as never experienced like this before. Nonetheless, Leonardo DiCaprio also kissed Dame Maggie Smith cheek during the ceremony of BAFTA.