Team RRR also thanked Jungkook for the shoutout.
Last Updated: 06.02 AM, Mar 04, 2023
During his Weverse live, BTS member Jungkook recently broke the internet. On March 2 (IST), he made the decision to broadcast live on Weverse, where he entertained fans by playing his favourite music. Nobody realised how much Jungkook loved the RRR song Naatu Naatu. You did read that correctly. The BTS member unexpectedly played the RRR song while he was live on the platform, shocking everyone. It goes without saying that when it became known that Jungkook was aware of Naatu Naatu's global appeal, Twitter went into turmoil. Team RRR has now expressed its adoration for Jungkook and the rest of BTS.
Team RRR shared Jungkook's video on Twitter, saying, "JUNGKOOK... It's amazing to know that you loved #NaatuNaatu so much. We are sending a ton of love to you, the #BTS team, and the whole of South Korea. #RRRMovie"
Meanwhile, the Hollywood Critics Association 2023 has given the "Spotlight Award" to Alia Bhatt and Jr. NTR. The actors were not able to join the crew for the ceremony last week in the US. The organisation announced on Friday that its prizes would be delivered the following week.
During HCA 2023, Ram Charan, the star of RRR, also presented an award.
Now, everyone is looking forward to the prestigious Oscars ceremony. For the dance song Naatu Naatu, which earlier this year won the Golden Globe Award in the same category, RRR is on the shortlist for Best Original Song.
Jimmy Kimmel will host the 95th Academy Awards, which will stream live in India on March 13.
SS Rajamouli, who also co-wrote the screenplay with V. Vijayendra Prasad, directed the epic action-drama movie RRR. DVV Danayya of DVV Entertainment has produced the film. NT Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Shriya Saran, Samuthirakani, Ray Stevenson, Alison Doody, and Olivia Morris are some of the actors who appear in the movie. It centres on the friendship between the fictional Alluri Sitarama Raju (Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Rama Rao) and their struggle against the British Raj.