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Alia Bhatt and Priyanka Chopra celebrate the success of “Naatu Naatu” and “RRR” at the 2023 Academy Awards

2023 Academy Awards

2023 Academy Awards

This day in 2023—March 13—will go down in Indian history as the day Naatu Naatu from RRR won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
As soon as it was released in March 2022, the song composed by MM Keeravani, with lyrics by Chandrabose and vocals by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, became a huge hit, and its popularity has only grown since it won an Oscar.
No one can deny that the song’s huge victory has put a smile on their faces. As soon as Naatu Naatu won, Indians all over the world beamed with pride and expressed their joy on social media.
The film industry as a whole is celebrating RRR’s Oscar win.
Alia, who had a significant role in “RRR,” exclaimed, “Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh” when she heard the good news.
She captioned the triumphant moment, “Yesss team.” She completed the post by including an emoji of the Indian flag.
Actress Mini Mathur exclaimed, “Yay…another win,” on her Instagram Story.
Naatu Naatu beat out other nominees such as Rihanna and Lady Gaga to take home the prize. The award was accepted on the group’s behalf by composer MM Keeravand and lyricist Chandrabose. Many notable people, including composer SS Rajamouli, director S. S. Rajamouli, lead actors Jr. NTR and Ram Charan, and singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, will be on hand for the big event.
To my knowledge, ‘Naatu Naatu’ is the first Telugu song to ever be nominated for an Academy Award in the ‘Original Song’ category.
This ‘RRR’ mass anthem, ‘Naatu Naatu,’ has all the makings of a perfect dance craze thanks to its lyrical composition by MM Keeravani, high-energy rendition by singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, distinctive choreography by Prem Rakshith, and lyrics by Chandrabose.
It went up against songs from films like “Applause” (from “Tell It Like a Woman”), “Hold My Hand” (from “Top Gun: Maverick”), “Lift me Up” (from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”), and “This Is Life” (from “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once”).

2023 Academy Awards
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