Oscars 2016 Live: Academy Awards as They Happen !

Here is what has happened at the 88th Academy Awards.

It's that time again where the who's who of Hollywood put on their attire best and go to the most anticipated grand function - The Oscars. We convey to you live overhauls, news and behind-the-scene chat straight from the honor function. Get all the activity live here!

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Here is the first major award winner, And the Award for the 'Best Actor in a Leading Role' goes to Leonardo DiCaprio for The Revenant.

Under attack by social pundits, and under weight to reinforce appraisals, the 88th Academy Awards function, facilitated by Chris Rock, opened as an unruly assorted qualities lesson on Sunday, and brought early recompenses for a scattershot gathering of movies, including one and only, for cinematography, for an assumed leader, "The Revenant." 

"Spotlight," "The Danish Girl," "The Big Short," "Ex Machina," "Back to front" and "Distraught Max: Fury Road" — with six art awards in the principal hours — were among different movies that got early Oscars. 

Be that as it may, the spotlight, in those same hours was solidly on Mr. Rock and thorny inquiries of race in Hollywood.
The nominees for Actor in a leading role' category were: Christian Bale for The Big Short, Tom Hardy for The Revenant, Mark Ruffalo for Spotlight, Mark Rylance for Bridge of Spies, Sylvester Stallone for Creed.

Best Direction Award goes to Alejandro G Inarritu for 'The Revenant.' He says thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio for being the revenant.

Lady Gaga won an appreciation for her performance on 'When it happens to you'. Benjamin Cleary and Serena Armitage win an Oscar for 'Stutterer' in the Best Live Action Short category. Other nominees were: Ave Maria, Day One, Everything Will Be Okay (Alles Wird Gut), Shok

Priyanka Chopra made an appearance to give away the award. She is truly from the Hollywood family now. At last, Mr. Rock spent practically the entire monologue on the subject, for the most part caricaturing it however sporadically including all the more gnawing critique, as when he jested that the yearly "In Memoriam" tribute would respect dark individuals who were "shot by the cops on their way to the movies." 

Proceeding onward to the grants, he said, “You want diversity? We got diversity. Please welcome Emily Blunt and somebody whiter, Charlize Theron,” he said, presenting the pair, who exhibited the night's first honor, for best original screenplay. 

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