Naatu-Naatu' From 'RRR' Won The Best Oscar Award

 Naatu-Naatu' From 'RRR' Won The Best Oscar Award

The blockbuster Telugu-language song from SS Rajamouli's film RRR ‘Naatu Naatu’ win an Oscar Award in the category of Best Original Song. This is the very first Indian film Hindi song to win an Oscar. At Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California hosted its 95th Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday. This hit Hindi song won and stood in the Best Original Song category of the Oscar defeating heavyweights like Lady Gaga and Rihanna. Hence creating history. 

Also, this film's song 'Naatu Naatu', picturized on Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. At Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California hosted its 95th Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday. This Hindi song won and stood in the Best Song category of the Oscar. 
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The Dazzling Deepika Padukone at Oscar 
On the other hand, the Oscars 2023 presenter and determined, diligent, dazzling Capricorn Deepika Padukone the brand ambassador of the most recognized luxury brands Louis Vuitton and Cartier in the world entered the stage to announce the musical performance of "Naatu Naatu" by Kaala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj. The actress called the song a "banger" when dancers entered the stage for their enthralling performance. A standing ovation was given for the performance.

The Film RRR
Bahubali fame director SS Rajamouli's film RRR was released in theaters in March 2022 last year. This film earned tremendously and remained one of the most expensive Indian films to date. Cinematographers around the world also liked this film very much. The film's famous song 'Naatu Naatu' is on people's lips. This song has got the Golden Globe Award. And now it has been nominated in the Best Original Song category of Oscar.

This song beat the 15 songs overcoming powerful opponents like Lady Gaga and Rihanna in this list. This creates a massive atmosphere of great pomp where the people of the entire country drowned in celebration. 

The cast of "Natu-Natu" jumps with excitement.
On the other hand, the entire team of RRR film is thrilled after 'Natu-Natu' won the Oscar Award. As soon as the award for "Naatu-Naatu" was announced, Junior NTR, Ramcharan, and Rajamouli hugged one another. Given that this is India's first song to make the Oscars nomination, their joy at winning the prize was obvious on their faces. As the movie was released in the US last year, the RRR song "Naatu-Naatu" became a worldwide hit.

Which Hindi song won the first Oscar Award?  
Meanwhile, Jai Ho, from Danny Boyle's 2008 British film Slumdog Millionaire, is the first Indian song to win an Oscar Award for Best Original Song and Best Original Score. Its music was composed by the legend AR Rahman while written by Gulzar.

MM Keeravani is the composer of the song "Naatu Naatu"
The song "Naatu-Naatu," written by Chandrabose and composed by MM Keeravani, was filmed on Junior NTR and Ramcharan. The song was made public under the names "Halli Naatu" in Kannada, "Nattu Koothu" in Tamil, and "Naacho Naacho" in Hindi. At the 80th Golden Globe Awards, the song also took home the prize for Best Original Song. Natu-Natu has previously taken home the Critics' Choice Award for Best Song.

'RRR'--- The fictional story 
Talking about this film — Superstar Ram Charan and Junior NTR feature in the historical fantasy movie RRR. In this fictional film, two revolutionaries struggle to overthrow the British in India. Naatu Naatu was described as an "action sequence" by Rajamouli. After that, two independence fighters use dance to bring a British officer to his knees.
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The Elephant Whisperers Documentary
Additionally, The Elephant Whisperers, a Netflix documentary short from Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga, has won the 95th Academy Awards' Best Documentary Short prize. 

The 41-minute short, which was produced by Achin Jain and Guneet Monga and was directed by Kartiki Gonsalves, centers on a Tamil Nadu family who adopts two orphan baby elephants from the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve.

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