The video is fast becoming viral on social media
Last Updated: 02.32 PM, Mar 12, 2023
That the Oscar nominated ‘RRR’ has become the buzzword all across is something that everyone is aware of. Every Indian is practically waiting with bated breath for the most awaited ‘India’s day at the Oscars’. Speaking of ‘RRR’, how can one not mention the film’s hit song ‘Naatu Naatu’, which has been nominated at this year's Oscar awards The track ‘N aatu Naatu’ won big at the prestigious Golden Globes, which was held in January this year. The song won the ‘Best Original Song’ award at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
After its win at the Golden Globes, everyone is eagerly waiting in anticipation for ‘Naatu Naatu’s fate at the upcoming Oscars. Going by the fervor which the track ‘Naatu Naatu’ has created all across, bagging the much coveted Oscar award for this year definitely seems like an achievable feat, which is something that only time will tell.
Meanwhile, besides India, the ‘Naatu Naatu’ fever is slowly gripping other countries as well. An extremely endearing video has now made its way to the internet, which has been shot in California. The said video, which was shared by Nenavath Jagan, shows two policeman trying to recreate the iconic steps of ‘Naatu Naatu ’ with a bunch of Indians who were celebrating the festival of Holi on the streets of California. What is endearing about the video is that, both the policemen saw the video with full attention and then, they try to recreate the iconic steps.
As for the film ‘RRR’, it boasted of an ensemble cast which included superstars like N. T. Rama Rao Jr. and Ram Charan in the lead roles. While Ajay Devgn was seen in a special appearance in the film, the film also saw the presence of Alia Bhatt, Shriya Saran, Samuthirakani and a bunch of Hollywood actors as well.
The globally prestigious 95th Academy Awards will be held on March 12 this year at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Ace comedian and host of a late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting the prestigious event.