Oscars 2020 Funny Clips: 'Parasite' director Bong Joon Ho cannot take eyes off his first Oscar trophy; 'Jojo Rabbit' filmmaker Taika Waititi casually pushes his award under a chair!

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History was in making at Oscars 2020 when South Korean director Bong Joon Ho's Parasite earned four big wins this year. However, a video of Bong Joon Ho admiring his Oscars trophy on the stage is going viral as he along with Han Jin-won bagged the 92nd Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Parasite. As the award was announced, Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin-won walked up the stage to receive the trophy, where the latter delivered his acceptance speech. But its was Bong Joon Ho's reaction which couldn't be missed. He held his trophy and gazed at it in disbelief, giggled and flashed a million-dollar smile at the audience!

Parasite defeated Marriage Story, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Knives Out and 1917 in the Best Original Screenplay category to win the Oscar.

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On the other hand, Jojo Rabbit director Taika Waititi, who won an Oscar for the Best Adapted Screenplay, did the unexpected. A video of Taika Waititi on social media is doing the rounds where he is seen sliding his Academy Award under a chair, in an utmost casual manner. 

The move didn't come as surprise for fans as in  2005 Taika Waititi fell asleep during the Academy Awards, literally!

(Source: Twitter)

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