Meryl Streep won the Oscar awards for the lead actress at the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday for her brilliant portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in the film The Iron Lady.
62-year-old Meryl Streep won the Oscar awards for the third time in her acting career. This is Streeps' 17th Oscar nomination, the most times any actor has been nominated by the Oscars.
Though The Iron Lady, directed by Phyllida Lloyd received mixed reviews from critics, Meryl Streeps received tremendous acclaim for her role.
In The Iron lady, the life and career of Margaret Thatcher is depicted, starting from her later years and looking back.