Film '1917' continues to rise worldwide, collection reaches 200 million dollars

The film '1917' by the Indian company Reliance Entertainment and Amblin Partners has created a stir in cinema. The film has crossed the $ 200 million mark at the worldwide box office. Reliance Entertainment and Amblin Partners' film 1917, based on the backdrop of the war, has crossed the $ 200 million mark at the worldwide box office. It is directed by Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes. '1917' has received 10 Oscar nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards, including the Best Film and Best Director categories, as well as 9 nominations at BAFTA.

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The film has won 3 awards at this year's Critics' Choice Awards, including the Best Direction, Best Cinematographer and Best Editing categories. The film has also won the 77th Golden Globe Award in the Best Picture-Drama category, for which Mendes was awarded the Best Director Award.

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Mendes recently received the 'Best Feature Film' award at the Directors Guild of America Award. The film received the Best Film Award at the Producers Guild of America Award and Roger Deakins received the Top Feature Award from the American Society of Cinematographers for his unprecedented work in '1917'.

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