Oscars 2023 Live Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar: Watch India’s Big Momemt with RRR’s Naatu Naatu and The Elephant Whisperers

Watch your favourite actors and actresses receiving the coveted Oscars and Indioa creating History, which is available now on Disney+ Hotstar.

  • Disney+ Hotstar now streaming the 95th Oscar Awards
  • India creates history by winning two Oscar Awards
  • Jimmy Kimmel performs his magic at the Oscars


We have an update for everyone who can’t wait to see their favourite movies and stars win at the Academy Awards in 2023, which was awarded to the contenders early morning today IST. The awards event was scheduled to air in India on March 13 in the early morning hours. On March 12, 2023, the Oscars presentation took place in the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. With three Academy Award nominations in a single year, and winning two of them, India has created history. The documentaries The Elephant Whisperers and All That Breathes, as well as the RRR song Naatu Naatu, were competing for the coveted international award in their respective categories. Along with the nominations, the Indian song “Naatu Naatu” was performed at the Oscars in 2023 for the first time. Naatu Naatu was performed live by singers Kalabhairava and Rahul Sipligunj with Laurel Gotlieb at the Oscars. The Oscars ceremony’s live-streaming information was recently disclosed by Disney+ Hotstar. Deepika Padukone, an Indian actress, was there as one of the Oscar presenters, for the first time. Riz Ahmed, Zoe Saldana, Jonathan Majors, Glenn Close, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael B. Jordan, Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, and others will also be present. As per the expectations, the Oscars 2023 was a star-studded event as major superstars walked down the red carpet while killing it with their amazing fashion selections. Fans and the fashion police are eager to see how the celebs will dress for the awards ceremony, so all eyes are on the red carpet.

When and Where to Stream Oscars 2023 in India

The Oscars are now available to stream on Disney+Hotstar in India on March 13 from 5:30 am. Fans can also view the ceremony on the ABC Network’s YouTube channel as an alternative.

The OTT platform had earlier released a montage of the 95th Academy Awards’ top nominees. The clip included scenes from  Avatar: The Way of Water, All Quiet on the Western Front, The Banshees of Inisherin, Top Gun: Maverick, RRR, and many more movies. The page captioned the post, “Movies are dreams you can never forget. Come celebrate the dream makers at the 95th Oscars.”

India Creates History

The 95th Academy Awards, hosted for the third time by Jimmy Kimmel in Los Angeles, are featuring a major moment for India. This year’s Oscar nominations were strong, including Naatu Naatu from RRR for Best Original Song, All That Breathes for Best Documentary Feature and Best Documentary Short, and The Elephant Whisperers for Best Documentary Short.

The foot-tapping “Naatu Naatu” from the Indian smash “RRR” won the Oscar for an original song on Sunday night, creating history in the process, the Academy awards demonstrated that it does.

The infectious Telugu-language dance number from director S.S. Rajamouli’s crossover action smash features music by composer M.M. Keeravani and lyrics by Chandrabose. It is the first song from an Indian film to be nominated and win in its category.


The 95th Academy Awards have awarded The Elephant Whisperers, which was produced by Guneet Monga and directed by Kartiki Gonsalves, Best Documentary Short Film award. It is interesting to note here that The Elephant Whisperers is the first Indian production to win an Oscar, and also it is helmed by 2 women.

Jimmy Kimmel, a host of late-night television and a comedian, will once again serve as the Oscars’ host. Moreover, he presided over the ceremony in 2017 and 2018. He will join other celebrities who have presented at the Academy Awards three times, including Jerry Lewis, Steve Martin, Conrad Nagel, and David Niven. Individuals who have hosted more than three times include Johnny Carson, Billy Crystal, Bob Hope, Whoopi Goldberg, and Jack Lemmon.