In a historic moment for Indian cinema, the song "Naatu Naatu" from the movie 'RRR' has won the Oscar for Best Original Song at the 95th Academy Awards held in Los Angeles, California. The song, composed by M.M. Keeravani and written by Chandrabose, was one of the standout tracks from the movie, which was directed by S.S. Rajamouli and starred N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Ram Charan, Alia Bhatt, and Olivia Morris in lead roles.
The news of "Naatu Naatu" winning the prestigious award was announced during the star-studded ceremony, which was attended by the who's who of Hollywood and the international film fraternity. As soon as the news was announced, social media erupted with messages of congratulations for the team behind the movie, with fans and celebrities alike hailing the win as a major milestone for Indian cinema.
In his acceptance speech, Keeravani thanked the Academy for the recognition and dedicated the award to the people of India, who he said had always been his inspiration. "I am humbled and honored to receive this award on behalf of the entire team behind 'RRR'. This win is not just for us, but for the millions of fans who have supported us and believed in our vision," he said.
The win for "Naatu Naatu" marks a significant achievement for the Indian film industry, which has been steadily gaining recognition on the global stage in recent years. It also underscores the growing popularity of regional cinema, which has been breaking down language barriers and winning over audiences across the world.
The movie 'RRR' has been praised for its epic scale and grandeur, and the win for "Naatu Naatu" is a testament to the movie's overall quality and the impact it has had on audiences. The song, which features traditional folk rhythms and vibrant visuals, has become a fan favorite and has been widely praised for its catchy melody and infectious energy.
The Oscar win for "Naatu Naatu" is sure to inspire a new generation of filmmakers and musicians in India, who will now be motivated to push the boundaries of creativity and excellence in their work. As the world continues to embrace Indian cinema, the win for "Naatu Naatu" is a reminder of the power of art to transcend borders and bring people together.