Bonanza: DiCaprio bags Oscar in sixth nomination for first time
Los Angeles: Noted Hollywood actor Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio, on Monday, has won the first Oscar ever in the sixth nomination for his work in The Revenant.
The 41-year-old actor, justifiably the best of his generation, did not only win the academy award for The Revenant but he won it for all the movies that have taken the actor to where he is today. If you think long and hard about it, DiCaprio won the Oscar for playing a young reprobate who finds love before tragedy bangs in Titanic (1997); he won it for playing the eccentric Howard Hughes in The Aviator (2005) and for playing the undercover cop in The Departed (2006). He got it for playing the ‘party-hopper’ Jordan Belfort in Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and for playing an Irish brawler in The Gangs of New York (2002).
The Titanic fame actor won the prestigious award for excellently playing all the roles that proved him to be amongst the topmost Hollywood actors.
- DeCaprio has received an Oscar Award for playing the role of legendary frontiersman ‘Hugh Glass’ in The Revenant (2016) on Monday.
- This was the sixth time that he was nominated for an Oscar Award and won it for the first time though.
- The famous Titanic couple, Leonardo DeCaprio and Kate Winslet, were seen together after several years at the Red Carpet of the Academy Awards.
- DiCaprio thanked directors past and present, his family and his friends after receiving the award.
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