Ram Charan is beyond happy after his RRR's Naatu Naatu song bagged an Oscar award.
Last Updated: 06.34 AM, Mar 13, 2023
Telugu superstar Ram Charan on Monday issued a statement expressing his gratitude after his latest blockbuster created history at the 95th Oscars. The film's global hit dance number Naatu Naatu was awarded the best original song at the Academy Awards. It's the first such win for an Indian feature film.
Charan described his director SS Rajamouli and the film's music composer MM Keeravani as "gems of Indian cinema" and termed RRR a special film in the history of Indian cinema. He also thanked his co-star Jr NTR and Alia Bhatt.
Ram Charan's full statement:
RRR is and will always remain as the most special film of our lives and of Indian Cinema history. I can't thank everyone enough for manifesting the Oscar Award. It still feels like I am living in a dream.
Thank you all for the unstoppable support and love. SS Rajamouli Garu and MM Keeravani Garu are the most precious gems of our Indian film industry. Thank you both for giving me the opportunity to be a part of this masterpiece.
Naatu Naatu is an emotion across the globe. Thank you lyricist Chandrabose Garu, singers Rahul Sipligunj & Kaala Bhairava and choreographer Prem Rakshith for bringing together this emotion.
To my co-star Tarak- Thank you brother' I hope to dance with you and create records again. Thank you Alia Bhatt for being the sweetest co-star.
This award belongs to every Indian actor, technician and film goer. My heartfelt thanks to all the fans across the world for all the love and support. This is our country's win'
RRR was released in cinemas on March 24 last year. The film was an instant blockbuster in India. And a few months later it became a rage among movie fans in the west.