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Oscars 2023: Jacqueline Fernandez celebrates nomination of Tell It Like a Woman’s song, Applause

The 2022 film also starred Eva Longoria, Cara Delevingne, Anne Watanabe, and Jennifer Hudson.

Oscars 2023: Jacqueline Fernandez celebrates nomination of Tell It Like a Woman’s song, Applause

  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 10.17 AM, Mar 06, 2023

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One of the biggest award shows of the year, the Academy Awards, is all set to grace the silver screen again this March. Tell It Like a Woman, an anthology film that starred Jacqueline Fernandez, also featured among the nominees this year, receiving a nomination for a song from the film’s soundtrack. Jacqueline recently took to social media to celebrate the nomination.

The song Applause, from the film’s soundtrack, received the nomination for Best Original Song. Taking to Instagram, the actress shared a clip from the film featuring the song, where she is seen dancing in the rain, along with her Tell It Like a Woman co-star Anjali Lama.

In the caption of the post, Jacqueline wrote of how the song always held a special place in her heart, and wished the entire team behind the film the very best for the Academy Awards. “We Do It Together!”, she wrote

Check out Jacqueline’s post below:

The song featured music and lyrics by Diane Warren, and was sung by Sofia Carson. Tell It Like a Woman also starred Margherita Buy, Eva Longoria, Cara Delevingne, Anne Watanabe, Jennifer Hudson, and Marcia Gay Harden in pivotal roles.

Meanwhile, Indian fans had a lot to celebrate when the Oscar nominees were announced as well. The hit song Naatu Naatu, from SS Rajamouli’s RRR, also received an Oscar nomination in the Best Original Category, becoming the first Indian song to achieve this feat. The song, composed by M.M. Keeravaani, had also scripted history when it won the Best Original Song award at this year’s Golden Globe awards as well. The song will be performed live at the Oscars stage by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, who sung the song in the film’s soundtrack.

The 95th Academy Awards can be streamed live on Disney+ Hotstar, on March 13 at 5:30 AM.