Guneet Monga returns to India after her big win at the Oscars; receives royal treatment from fans

The producer of 'The Elephant Whisperer' Guneet Monga returns to India after her big win at the Oscars for the Best Documentary Short Film category. The producer was welcomed at the Mumbai airport by her fans, friends and family.

Written by  Shimona Sharma   |  March 17th 2023 10:33 AM  |  Updated: March 17th 2023 10:33 AM

Guneet Monga returns to India after her big win at the Oscars; receives royal treatment from fans

Guneet Monga news: Gunet Monga has represented India at the 95th Oscars and made India proud by bagging an Oscar for The Elephant Whisperer in the Best Documentary Short Film list. Recently, the producer returned back to India after her big win at the Oscars and received royal treatment from her fans.

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Guneet Monga returns to Mumbai airport after her big win at the Oscars 

The ‘Elephant Whisperer’ producer received a royal welcome at the Mumbai airport. Further, as soon as Guneet landed in Mumbai, her fans , friends and family members welcomed her with open arms. However, she was also welcomed with a garland of flowers. 

Guneet Monga interacted with the media 

The media was also present to capture the prestigious moment where Guneet was holding India’s pride which was the award in her hand. However, she also interacted with the press who were present at the airport. Also, Raghav Juyal was also present at the airport to welcome the producer. 

Guneet Monga's  outfit details 

Moving on, talking about the outfit, she looked dapper in a printed outfit and completed her look with a black blazer. The video and pictures of Guneet’s return are doing rounds on social media. 

Guneet Monga shared the impact the film 'The Elephant Whisperer' had 

Furthermore, in an interview, the producer said that she observed the power of storytelling after their win at the Oscars. Then, she also added saying that the state Government had announced 1 lakh from the CM relief fund for each of the 91 elephant caretakers in the two camps of the state as a token of respect.

In addition to this, about 9.1 crores have been given to build houses for the keeper and an amount of Rs 5 crore has been provided to build an elephant camp in the Anamalai Tiger Reserve. 

Lastly, she said that she was glad to see the difference she had managed to make just through a short film. Then she said that she would continue to tell such stories that help in bringing a change and make big difference. 

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