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Pathaan star Shah Rukh Khan on RRR Golden Globes win: Woke up and started dancing to Naatu Naatu

Naatu Naatu was adjudged the Best Original Song at the 80th edition of the Golden Globes

Pathaan star Shah Rukh Khan on RRR Golden Globes win: Woke up and started dancing to Naatu Naatu
Shah Rukh Khan on the Naatu Naatu Golden Globe win
  • Swaroop Kodur

Last Updated: 05.20 AM, Jan 11, 2023

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All of India is currently celebrating the momentous occasion of team RRR clinching the Golden Globe win. The film, which was nominated in two reputed categories at the 80th edition of the Golden Globes, won the award in the Best Original Song category for Naatu Naatu. The entire country, along with the many million RRR fans across the globe, is cheering the team on over this superb achievement. 

Compliments and congratulatory messages have been pouring in since the verdict came out with some of the biggest celebrities taking to social media to heap praise on team RRR. One such lovely note from Shah Rukh Khan's end who congratulated S.S. Rajamouli & Co. for the win and quipped that he woke up to the amazing news and began dancing to Naatu Naatu to celebrate the Golden Globe win. 

"Sir just woke up and started dancing to Naatu Naatu celebrating your win at Golden Globes. Here’s to many more awards & making India so proud!!," wrote the Bollywood King Khan.

Shah Rukh Khan was also responding to Rajamouli's recent tweet wherein the RRR director shared his thoughts on the Pathaan trailer, saying that the King Khan has returned by all means. The 57-year-old superstar makes a comeback to the big screen after a gap of four-odd years and fans are extremely kicked about what he has to offer this time around.

Coming back to RRR, the video glimpses from the Golden Globes ceremony saw the entire core team, also comprising lead actor Jr. NTR and Ram Charan, celebrate the win with great gusto and cheer M.M. Keeravani onto the stage. The veteran composer addressed the crowd in his quintessential restraint and thanked all the other artists involved in the making of the song - namely, lyricist Chandrabose, singers Kaala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj, and choreographer Prem Rakshith - and his director and loyal collaborator S.S. Rajamouli for thinking big.

RRR lost out to Argentina, 1985 in the Best Non-English Film category.

As far as the Naatu Naatu win is concerned, actors Chiranjeevi Konidela, Nandamuri Kalyanram, and others, along with fellow Golden Globe winner A.R. Rahman and other noteworthy names, have congratulated team RRR via social media.