At the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards in London, Nimrat Kaur's "surreal" experience was made sweeter when football star David Beckham nearly tripped over her gown. It was an oops moment that Nimrat will cherish forever -- just like her BAFTA-nominated film "The Lunchbox".
‘Boyhood’, a coming-of-age story about growing up, Sunday night won the top honours of Best Film and Best Director at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards, where ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ walked away with five trophies.
The American coming-of-age tale "Boyhood", filmed over 12 years, won a BAFTA for best film on Sunday but the British awards ceremony was dominated by the Stephen Hawking biopic "The Theory of Everything".
Internationally acclaimed Indian movie "The Lunchbox" missed the trophy for the Film Not in the English Language category of the BAFTA Awards 2015 to Polish-Danish drama movie "Ida", which was named the winner at the ceremony here Sunday night.
After making heads turn at the red carpet of Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, actress Nimrat Kaur is now headed to London to support her film “The Lunchbox", which has been nominated for the British Academy Of Films and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards.
The nomination list for the most prestigious 2015 EE British Academy Film Awards or Bafta Awards is here. From India 'The Lunchbox' has been nominated in the best foreign film category amidst cheers from B-Town. Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' has received 11 nominations. 'Birdman' and 'The Theory of Everything' have both been nominated in ten categories each.