Recent indian oscar wins included the song "Naatu Naau" from "RRR" and the documentary "The Elephant Whisperers," which was produced by Guneet Monga and Kartiki Gonsalves. Netizens, however, were enraged when Guneet Monga's acceptance speech was cut short by the Academy organizers.

Each oscar winner has 45 seconds to deliver their victory speech. Kartiki spoke for 43 seconds of the given time to discuss coexistence, respecting the natural world, and indigenous people. Guneet began to speak, but her words were cut off as music started to play. But, a netizen later found out that speeches for other victors had been given more time than 45 seconds. For instance, Charles Mackesy and Matthew Freud's Best Animated Short award speech, which lasted more than 45 seconds, was not interrupted.

This sparked fury on social media since many people saw it as a slight against Indians. indians were urged by internet users to react against this perceived slight. They demanded equal treatment and respect for all oscar winners and expressed disappointment that Guneet Monga's big moment had been tarnished. In response, Guneet Monga, who is also back in India, said, "I was quite dejected. My face was filled with shock. It's the first oscar for an indian production, I just wanted to mention that. India's moment has been stolen from me.

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