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With seven awards in its kitty, ‘La La Land’ has won the highest number of Golden Globes for a single movie ever.
Previously, this record was held by ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ and ‘Midnight Express’, both of which won six awards each.
‘La La Land’ won the Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical) Award. Ryan Gosling won the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Drama) for his brilliant portrayal of a jazz pianist.
As expected, Emma Stone walked away with the Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical) Award for her act of an aspiring actress in ‘La La Land’.
Damien Chazelle too bagged the Best Director and Best Screenplay Award for the love story.
The film also won in the Original Score Department with the award going to Justin Hurwitz. The film’s song ‘City Of Stars’ won the award for Original Song.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson of ‘Nocturnal Animals’ registered a surprise win in the best supporting actor category beating British-Indian star Dev Patel of ‘Lion’, Mahershala Ali for ‘Moonlight’, Jeff Bridges for ‘Hell or High Water’ and Simon Helberg for ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’.
Best supporting actress trophy went to Viola Davis for ‘Fences’.
Tom Hiddleston won best actor, limited series or TV movie ‘The Night Manager’ while his co-stars Olivia Colman and Hugh Laurie won in the best supporting actress and actor categories, respectively.
French film ‘Elle’ won the best foreign film. ‘Zootopia’ was named the best animated movie.