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    “The words used in the song reflect Telangana culture and the taste of Telugu people,” Telangana Chief Minister KCR said.
    Telugu states' CMs congratulate RRR team on Naatu Naatu's Oscar win
    File Photo of CMs Jagan and KCR/PTI
    The Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana expressed happiness over the Oscar triumph for the song Naatu Naatu from the Telugu photographic film RRR. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy congratulated music composer MM Keeravani, member of a board of directors SS Rajamouli, and the entire squad of RRR for winning the coveted Academy Award in the best fresh song general concept. “The song, written by Chandra Bose and rendered by Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, had amplified the notations of a variety of genres with effect, pace, beat and depth fluttering the Telugu prowess on the international scale to create history,” Jagan said. 
    CM Jagan said that the Telugu emblem is “flying higher” with the Oscar winnings. The song had earlier won a Golden Globe, a Critics Choice Award, and a Hollywood Critics Association Film Award. “I’m filled with pride on a Telugu song, that so beautifully celebrates our folk heritage, being given its due recognition internationally today,” Jagan said. Congratulating the squad of RRR, the Chief Minister further said: “Thank you for making me, crores of Telugu people across the world and all Indians incredibly proud.”
    Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao issued a assertion calling the accomplishment “a proud moment for all Telugu people.” “A Telugu cinema (RRR) has proved its mettle to the global audience and won the prestigious Oscar award. The words used in the song reflect Telangana culture and the taste of Telugu people. It is also a mirror to the lifestyle of Telugu people,” CM KCR said and conveyed his special wishes to lyricist Chandrabose, who hails from the Jayashankar Bhupalpally territorial dominion in Telangana.  
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