The Elephant Whisperers, a film by Guneet Monga, won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Film, and she is now enjoying her success. She is, however, a little upset that her address was interrupted just as she was starting to discuss India receiving an Oscar. Although she admitted to being stunned at the time, she has since made up her mind to return and speak up at a subsequent Oscars.
Together with the director of The Elephant Whisperers, Kartiki Gonsalves, Guneet received the Oscar. She took her prize and spent the weekend in the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
While being shocked at the time, she has since accepted the situation. “”There was an astound shock on my face,” she said. It’s the first Oscar for an Indian production, that is a big accomplishment, is all I wanted to say. I couldn’t have travelled this far and gone unheard, so my heart began to beat quickly. The Academy that I was unable to address is receiving attention from Western media. They are so angered by the fact that I was not given the opportunity to give my speech. There are tweets and videos online from people who are disappointed that I wasn’t able to speak. ”
But after that, I reasoned, “I’ll just return back here and make absolutely sure I’m heard. I’ve had several chances to express my ideas, and it’s encouraging to see all the affection.
Following her Oscar victory, Guneet decided to go to the Golden Temple. Vikas Khanna, a chef and filmmaker, joined her. When you commit your respect to your ancestors, he stated in a post on Instagram with a clip from Guneet’s visit. We appreciate Guneet’s example of the strength of love and humility. Your glory endures forever. In the film, she can be seen preparing rotis as part of her seva (service), visiting the temple to worship, posing with her Oscar, and moving around the grounds. She is depicted wearing a white dupatta and a yellow salwar suit.