RRR’s ‘Naatu Naatu’ Wins Best Original Song At The 95th Academy Awards

India created records at the ninety-fifth Academy Awards. ‘Naatu Naatu’ received the Oscar for Best Original Song for RRR, becoming the primary ever Indian tune to win inside the class. Composer MM Keeravani and author Chandrabose took the degree to accept the Oscar.

“There was simplest one desire on my mind…RRR has to win …The satisfaction of each Indian…And it need to positioned me at the top of the arena.” stated an ecstatic MM Keeravaani on the Oscars level as he went directly to thank director SS Rajamouli. The composer made a special tribute to the track of The Carpenters, whose music had inspired him in his career, and sang his own take on their traditional “Top of the World” number in his popularity speech. Earlier inside the rite, actor Deepika Padukone, dressed in a black off-shoulder Louis Vuitton get dressed, delivered the overall performance. The ‘Naatu Naatu’ overall performance noticed a squadron of dancers grooving with excessive strength. Composer MM Keeravaani and actors Ram Charan and NTR Jr sat within the target audience and cheered for the singers. The overall performance also earned a status ovation inside the rite.

The authentic Twitter handle of of RRR posted after the ancient win and wrote in the caption: “We’re blessed that #RRRMovie is the first feature film to bring INDIA’s first ever #Oscar in the Best Song Category with #NaatuNaatu! No words can describe this surreal moment. (folded hands emoticon) Dedicating this to all our amazing fans across the world. THANK YOU!! (red hearts emoticons) JAI HIND!”

Naatu Naatu has become a global phenomenon in the beyond few months. In all the current screenings of RRR in the west, the music was given to the audiences hooting and dancing. Over the months, numerous videos of western audiences visible dancing in the theatre to the track have surfaced on social media. The foot-tapping amusing variety competed alongside other nominations that protected Tell It Like a Woman from the movie of the identical name, Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick, Lift Me Up from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and This Is a Life from Everything Everywhere All at Once. The reputable Twitter of the movie also posted a short clip that captured the triumphing second for ‘Naatu Naatu’, in which director SS Rajamouli will be cheering for the team.

Released remaining March in cinemas, RRR is a fictional story set in the Twenties, pre-impartial technology. It is based totally on the lives of real heroes and well-known revolutionaries – Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. While Ram Charan played Ram, Tarak was visible as Bheem.

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