MUMBAI: Though the Gujarati film The Good Road, which was India’s entry in the foreign language films category, is out of the Oscars race, Kamasutra 3D featuring our raunchy Sherlyn Chopra is still keeping India’s hopes alive.
Rupesh Paul’s film is vying for honours at the 86 Academy Awards in three categories – Best Motion Picture, Original Score and Original Song with 5 songs.
In fact, after The Great Gatsby, Kamasutra 3D is the only movie ( and the first Indian) in the history of the Academy Awards with five songs in the Original Song category.
All the five songs – Aygiri Nandini, Saawariya, I Felt, Of Soil and Har Har Mahadeva – have been composed by Sachin and Sreejith. The lyrics are by Rupesh Paul and Pratyush Prakash.
Based on Vatsyayana’s Kamasutra, the film depicts the life and transformation of an ancient Indian princess who embarks on a journey in search of her husband.