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Oscar Nomination: ‘Natu Natu’ rocked at the Oscars, the happiness of the makers doubled

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The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the film RRR is a worldwide hit. In the 95th Oscar Awards, there has been a double wave of happiness among the producers for Natu-Natu. Let us inform that congratulations are being received from celebrities to fans.

Oscar Nomination: 'Natu Natu' rocked at the Oscars, the happiness of the makers doubled

Oscars 2023: This year, India’s participation in the Oscar Awards is becoming visible. The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from SS Rajamouli’s film RRR has become a worldwide hit. This song has been shortlisted for Best Sound Score. Also, Shaunak Sen’s ‘All That Breathes’ has received a nomination for Best Documentary Feature Film. Congratulatory messages are being received from celebrities to fans. At the same time, the happiness of the makers has doubled for Natu Natu at the 95th Oscar Awards.

The news of the nomination of the song Naatu Naatu of RRR film has been spread on social media. The happiness of the makers has doubled. People have shared their happiness through tweet. Also, thanked all the fans on Twitter.

Junior NTR’s tweet

Tweet of MM Keeravaani

Let us tell you that in this song, South Superstar ‘Ram Charan’ and ‘Junior NTR’ had spread their dancing skills. His dancing style touched the hearts of the fans. The hook step of the song went viral. Even today people make reels on the hook step of the song. The music composer of this song is ‘MM Keeravani’ and ‘Chandra Bose’ has written it.

RRR’s Naatu Naatu song has secured its place in the Best Score (Motion Picture) category. This is the third major international nomination for this popular Telugu song from SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR. Earlier this song has also received the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. According to reports, this film has created history by doing business of more than 1200 crores worldwide.

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