KCR, Kishan, Chandrababu, NTR Jr elated over Oscar Award for ‘Naatu Naatu’
Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Union Tourism and Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy, TDP foreman N Chandrababu Naidu and several not the same leaders on Monday congratulated the ‘RRR’ cooperative unit over the ‘NaatuNaatu’ song from the Telugu interval taken to complete one cycle series of events that form a plot photographic film winning Oscar acknowledgment.
“It is a matter of pride for all Telugus that a Telugu movie has won the Oscar, which is considered the most prestigious recognition in films at international level”, Rao said.
“The words used in the ‘Naatu, Naatu’ song reflect Telangana’s culture, the taste of Telugu people and the diversity in people’s lives”, the CMO said in a discharge.
The CM had a special parole of congratulations for lyricist Chandrabose who hails from a settlement in Jayashankar-Bhupalpally territorial dominion. The Oscar acknowledgment to the ‘NaatuNaatu’ song is a count of proud feeling for all Telugus, Kishan Reddy said, wishing that the Telugu photographic film industry should acquire more such global acknowledgment with degree or grade of excellence films.
The TDP foreman complimented the photographic film’s member of a board of directors SS Rajamouli, music composer MM Keeravani, actors Ram Charan and Junior NTR and others who are involved in making the song. “NaatuNaatu’ has sealed its place in history by winning the Academy award for Best Original Song at the #Oscars. This is probably the finest moment for Indian cinema;Telugus achieving it is even more special,” Naidu tweeted. He also congratulated Kartiki Gonsalves and her cooperative unit for creating discipline that interprets past events by winning the Academy prize for Best Documentary Short Film for ‘The Elephant Whisperers.’
Junior NTR, one of the heroes in ‘RRR’, expressed happiness over the Oscar and congratulated Rajamouli, Keeravani and others. “And we did it… #Oscars95 #NaatuNaatu #RRRMovie Congratulations @mmkeeravaani Sir ji, Jakkannassrajamouli, @boselyricistgaru, the entire team and the nation,”
Junior NTR, a grandson of legendary former Chief Minister N T Rama Rao, tweeted. “NaatuNaatu,” the peppy, foot-tapping chartbuster from “RRR”, waltzed its course of conduct to discipline that interprets past events by becoming the initial Indian circular magnetic path on a disk to profits the Academy prize.