Rami Malek wins Golden Globe as Mercury in 'Bohemian Rhapsody'





 
Rami Malek has won the best actor in a drama motion picture at the 76th annual Golden Globe awards for his role in "Bohemian Rhapsody."
In the long-awaited biopic, the US actor plays Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of British rock band Queen.
Malek rose to prominence for his role as Elliot Alderson in television series "Mr Robot," which earned him an Emmy Award in 2016.
He beat favourite Bradley Cooper, who was also nominated for playing an ageing rock star in romantic drama "A Star Is Born.""Green Book" from director Peter Farrelly has won the Golden Globe Award for best comedy or musical. The comedy-drama centres around a friendship that develops between a black classical pianist and his white driver during a road trip through the US southern states in the 1960s.
"Green Book" also won best screenplay for a motion picture and earned Mahershala Ali the Globe for best supporting actor. It had five nominations.
The film previously won the people's choice award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

 


Monday, January 7th 2019
(dpa)
           


New comment:
Twitter

News | Politics | Education | Features | Arts | Entertainment | Society | Sport