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    Oscars 2023
    Naatu Naatu, composed by MM Keeravani and penned by Chandra Bose, had won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song in January 2023.
    Naatu Naatu song making screengrab
    Ever since the discharge of RRR in March 2022, the or affection song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the photographic film has created quite the buzz both in Telugu households and not the same parts of the country. The song went on to suitcase the coveted Oscars in the Best Original Song general concept at a luxurious ceremonial occasion held on March 12 at Los Angeles. It had earlier won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song in January. ‘Naatu Naatu’ was composed by MM Keeravani and penned by Chandra Bose. It was sung by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, who also performed the song unrecorded at the 95th Academy Awards large platform on which people are seen by an audience.
    As the country celebrates the song’s profits, here are six things about the making of Naatu Naatu: In RRR, the song comes when Bheem, a grapheme played by Jr NTR is humiliated by a British individual. Director Rajamouli, in a video recording done for Vanity Fair, said that the song is actually a fighting subdivision of an act of a play in the story. “Even though for the audience, this is a song where they are dancing and it is fun, in the story, it is actually a fight scene. The song starts off as a fight scene with an Englishman insulting them. But since both of them are on a mission, they cannot engage in a fight and blow their covers. It moves into a kind of competition. Even as the audience is watching a song, the emotions of a fight are conveyed to them.” Rajamouli added that this was the teaching given to choreographer Prem Rakshith, which is seeable in the physical structure terminology of the characters. Choreographer Prem Rakshthi came up with about 100 steps for the lure measure for ‘Naatu Naatu’. Rajamouli selected a duet of them and finalised what we saw on projection screen. The song was shooting in the relating to a president or presidency residence of a sovereign of Ukraine at Kyiv, which is officially called as Meriinsky Palace. This is where the chief executive of a republic of the country usually receives his counterparts. Rajamouli revealed that the song was supposed to occur in India. However, as it was monsoon here, the squad scouted for locations abroad and finalised on Mariinsky. The song was shooting for around 17 days in the residence of a sovereign, with about 1000 artists working each solar day. While there were at least 300-400 onscreen artists, the others were working off projection screen. It is estimated that the song alone cost around Rs 15 crores. The Indian artists in the song playing waiters are Indian medical students studying in Ukraine. It was a big demanding or stimulating situation for the squad to acquire 150 Indians in a foreign country, which prompted them to speak to the Indian medical students’ groups to acquire the task done. The song was shooting in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, in August 2021, when the possible action of contracting COVID-19 made it a greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount gamble state of affairs. Watch Naatu Naatu song here:
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