The Telugu song “Naatu Naatu,” from the smash hit film “RRR,” received the Golden Globes 2023. For best original song-movie, leaving director SS Rajamouli “speechless.” The song, which was written by seasoned music director MM Keeravaani. It has become popular since since Ram Charan and Jr NTR’s “RRR” came out.
A few hours after the ceremony and winning Golden Globes 2023. Rajamouli posted a succinct but moving message on Twitter emphasising the limitless capacity of music to bridge cultural divides.
SPEECHLESS. Truth has no borders, the film was written.
He expressed gratitude to his cousin Keeravaani for coming up with the wonderful song “Naatu Naatu”. I’m happy and grateful that PEDDANNA gave me #NaatuNaatu. This one is unique, Added he.
Rajamouli, who attended the award ceremony alongside his starring men and Keeravaani, also thanked the song’s supporters worldwide for their support.
He stated, I thank each and every fan throughout the globe for shaking their leg and making it famous ever since the release #GoldenGlobes.
Earlier in the day, Keeravani hailed Rajamouli for his “vision” in his address at his award acceptance.
The claim that this award truly belongs to someone else has long been a standard practise. I was going to refrain from saying those things when I received an award like this, but I regret to announce that I will continue the custom since I truly mean what I say.
This honour is due, first and foremost, to my brother and the film’s director, SS Rajamouli, for his creative vision. I appreciate his unwavering faith in my abilities and his support, Keeravani had stated.
The song’s creators, including singers Sipligunj and Bhairava, writer Chandrabose, and choreographer Prem Rakshith, were also thanked by the music director.
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He had added, And NT Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan for dancing with full vigour for the song.
The 95th Academy Awards shortlist for best original song already includes “Naatu Naatu” along with 14 other songs.
In addition, “RRR” was nominated for a Golden Globe in the best picture—non-English category, where it was defeated by “Argentina, 1985.”