A video of Pakistani actress Hania Aamir dancing to the song is going viral online. Harsh Goenka has since shared the same, too. Naatu Naatu has not only mesmerised viewers in India, but has also spread around the world. The rhythms of the Oscar-winning song have people all across the world pounding their feet. Although we really don’t need to, we do have a video that has gone extremely viral online.
The RPG Chairman posted the now-viral video on Twitter.
Hania Aamir can be seen dancing heartily to the song at a wedding event in the 35-second footage. She wore sneakers with her golden sharara gown and looked stunning. Another actor named Saboor Aly performed with Hania, and both received applause for their efforts.
The actress also flawlessly executed the song’s popular hook step, and the video is undoubtedly enjoyable to watch.
What song is becoming popular in Pakistan? reads the post’s caption. After being shared online, the video received over 4 lakh views, and Twitter users praised the song and the duo’s performance. After all, when it comes to entertainment and cricket, we are all on the same team. Yet another user said, “Excellent dancing and an incredibly catchy melody. The music is contagious.”
MM Keeravani composed Naatu Naatu, and Chandrabose wrote the lyrics.
The song features Ram Charan and Jr. NTR in the visuals.
Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava sang “Naatu Naatu,” an Indian Telugu song written by M. M. Keeravani with lyrics by Chandrabose, for the soundtrack album of the 2022 Indian film RRR.  It was released on November 10, 2021, by Lahari Music and T-Series as the album’s second single (also available on YouTube as a lyrical video song). On April 11, 2022, a full video song with images taken directly from the movie was made available online.
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The song was also released in Hindi under the name “Naacho Naacho”, in Tamil under the name “Naattu Koothu”, in Kannada under the name “Halli Naatu”, and in Malayalam under the name “Karinthol”. The primary performers of RRR, N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan, became well-known for their hook step dance.