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Naatu Naatu From RRR Won Best Original Song Title At The Academy Awards 2023: India’s 2nd Win In Music & 1st In Indian Production

Naatu Naatu From RRR Won Best Original Song Title

Naatu Naatu From RRR received the Oscar for Best Original Song at the 95th Academy Awards. MM Keeravani composed the music, with lyrics by Chandrabose and vocals by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava. The cheerful song-and-dance performance of “Naatu Naatu” was hailed as one of the telecast’s highlights. Read More…

Naatu Naatu From RRR Won Best Original Song Title

At the dawn of this year, Naatu Naatu From RRR emerged victorious in the same category at the prestigious Golden Globes. Its remarkable triumphs continued as it clinched the coveted Best Song accolade at both the Critics’ Choice Awards and the Hollywood Critics Association, solidifying its place as a true gem in the world of music and film.

After its distribution on different OTT platforms, SS Rajamouli’s creation basically the song Naatu Naatu From RRR has attracted a large worldwide. Even global audiences have shown their appreciation for the film’s music, primarily through Instagram reels. Following his victory speech, M.M. Keeravani took the stage to honor Rajamouli and his motherland with a self-composed song.

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“I grew up listening to the Carpenters and now here I am with the Oscars. There was only one wish on my mind… ‘RRR’ has to win, the pride of every Indian, and must put me on the top of the world.”

M.M. Keeravani

The melodious tune of Naatu Naatu From RRR echoed through the grand stage of the Oscars, as the talented duo of Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava mesmerized the audience with their enchanting performance. Although Ram Charan and Jr. NTR didn’t perform, the show still continued with elegance and grace.

This is a brief interview with the iconic singer duo:

As the anticipation grew, the stunning Deepika Padukone graced the stage and introduced the captivating performance, which left the audience spellbound. The magic of the music was so enchanting that it received a resounding standing ovation, leaving a lasting impression on the hearts of all those present.

During a recent conversation with Vanity Fair, Rajamouli discussed the challenging task that Prem Rakshith faced while working on the song. Rajamouli explained that he wanted the song to be visually appealing, with simple dance steps that viewers could easily imitate, all while staying true to the unique style of the actors. Remarkably, Prem Rakshith not only delivered on these demands, but he also came up with over 100 different variations for the hook line of the song “Naatu Naatu From RRR“. It’s truly a testament to his creativity and talent.

Also, did you know that Keeravani and Chandrabose are not the first Indians to have tasted victory in the best song category? That first honor goes to A.R. Rahman, who won for his composition “Jai Ho” in the film “Slumdog Millionaire“, a British production, at the 2019 Oscars. He also won the best score award that year.

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