Those who enjoyed the film started posting videos on TikTok, and a “Naatu Naatu” trend spread beyond India to the rest of the world.
Local businesses are offering promotions to the Yeohs to celebrate Asia's first Oscar Best Actress from Malaysia.
While the market is enormous, if we allow our censorship board to dictate the cinema art, the local film industry will never get a place on the global stage anytime.
India was "elated and proud" after scoring two Oscar wins on a historic night for Asian films, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday.
"Malaysia boleh!" cried Michelle Yeoh's mother in a video chat with her daughter minutes after her historic Oscars win was announced -- citing a popular slogan that loosely translates into "Malaysia can do it!"
Surreal sci-fi film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominated the Oscars on Sunday, winning seven golden statuettes including best picture, Hollywood's most coveted prize.
Michelle Yeoh has made Malaysia proud again as she won the Oscar as the best actress in a leading role in the comedy-drama film Everything Everywhere All at Once, which also won the best picture award at the 95th Academy Awards.