A “million dollar picture” alert. Courtesy:Naatu Naatu‘s choreographer Prem Rakshith. The image options RRR’s director SS Rajamouli, music composer MM Keeravaani, lyricist Chandrabose and Prem Rakshith. Oh, and, to not miss – the Oscar trophies. The body completely captures their pleasure. Along with the pic, the ace choreographer wrote, “Million dollar picture, The unforgettable day in my life with the happy faces of my favourites…” The picture grew to become an on the spot hit on social media. Fans have flooded the feedback part with fireplace and purple coronary heart emojis. Naatu Naatu, the electrifying monitor from SS Rajamouli’s RRR, received an Oscar within the Best Original Song class earlier this week. The different tracks nominated on this class included Lady Gaga’s Hold My Hand, Rihanna’s Lift Me Up from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Diane Warren’s Applause from Tell It Like A Woman and Mitski and David Byrne’s This Is A Life from Everything Everywhere All at Once.
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After Naatu Naatu’s Oscar glory,Ram Charan, who together with Jr NTR featured within the music, expressed his gratitude to followers and well-wishers for all of the love and help. He said, “Naatu Naatu has become a global phenomenon and proof that a great story, as well as a great song, can transcend language and borders. This song is no longer our song. Naatu Naatu belongs to the public and the people of every age and culture who have embraced it.”
He added, “RRR is and will always remain as the most special film of our lives and of Indian Cinema history. I can’t thank everyone enough for manifesting the Oscar Award. It still feels like I am living in a dream. Thank you all for the unstoppable support and love. SS Rajamouli garu and MM Keeravani garu are the most precious gems of our Indian film industry. Thank you both for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this masterpiece. Naatu Naatu is an emotion across the globe. Thank you lyricist Chandrabose garu, singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, and choreographer Prem Rakshith for bringing together this emotion.”
Guneet Monga’s The Elephant Whisperers received an Oscar on the ninety fifth Academy Award in Best Documentary Short Subject class.