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Nicole Kidman felt lonely post her Oscar win

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Actress Nicole Kidman, who won the Best Actress accolade at the 2002 Academy Awards for her role in "The Hours", says she realised how "lonely" she was when she didn't have "anyone to share" her Oscar with.

The Oscar win inspired Kidman to find a man to spend her life with, reports etonline.com.

"Winning the Oscar was a turning point, but not in terms of my life as an actor, because it was incredibly validating, but it actually symbolised loneliness to me because I didn't have anyone to share it with at that stage in my life," Kidman said during a question and answer session at the 60th BFI London Film Festival here on Wednesday.

"I was like, 'Wow, this means I need to get my act together and I want to fall in love'. So it was weird," she added.

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Nicole Kidman felt lonely post her Oscar win

Actress Nicole Kidman, who won the Best Actress accolade at the 2002 Academy Awards for her role in "The Hours", says she realised how "lonely" she was when she didn't have "anyone to share" her Oscar with.

Actress Nicole Kidman, who won the Best Actress accolade at the 2002 Academy Awards for her role in "The Hours", says she realised how "lonely" she was when she didn't have "anyone to share" her Oscar with.

The Oscar win inspired Kidman to find a man to spend her life with, reports etonline.com.

"Winning the Oscar was a turning point, but not in terms of my life as an actor, because it was incredibly validating, but it actually symbolised loneliness to me because I didn't have anyone to share it with at that stage in my life," Kidman said during a question and answer session at the 60th BFI London Film Festival here on Wednesday.

"I was like, 'Wow, this means I need to get my act together and I want to fall in love'. So it was weird," she added.

--IANS

sas/sug

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Nicole Kidman felt lonely post her Oscar win

Actress Nicole Kidman, who won the Best Actress accolade at the 2002 Academy Awards for her role in "The Hours", says she realised how "lonely" she was when she didn't have "anyone to share" her Oscar with.

The Oscar win inspired Kidman to find a man to spend her life with, reports etonline.com.

"Winning the Oscar was a turning point, but not in terms of my life as an actor, because it was incredibly validating, but it actually symbolised loneliness to me because I didn't have anyone to share it with at that stage in my life," Kidman said during a question and answer session at the 60th BFI London Film Festival here on Wednesday.

"I was like, 'Wow, this means I need to get my act together and I want to fall in love'. So it was weird," she added.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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