RRR team's response after Naatu Naatu receives Best Original Song Oscar nomination: "Proud and blessed"

RRR team's response after Naatu Naatu receives Best Original Song Oscar nomination: "Proud and blessed"

The RRR crew has responded after SS Rajamouli's historical action movie made history by winning an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song for the song Naatu Naatu. The official RRR Movie Twitter account published a poster on Tuesday.

Along with information on the song, it included Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, the stars from the movie. They shared it and added the message, "History was made by US! It gives me great pride and honour to announce that #NaatuNaatu has been nominated for Best Original Song at the 95th Academy Awards."

"Congratulations and proud of Indian film," a fan said in response to the news. Yet another user tweeted, "Congratulations!!! RT @AlwaysRamCharan: RT @tarak: If we win, you people had best get ready to perform (manifesting the victory)." "Thank you for bringing us pride. Crossing fingers "examine a tweet.

Farhan Akhtar, an actor and director, also expressed his congratulations to RRR. He stated on his Instagram Stories, "Really happy to see that All that breathes, for best documentary, and Naatu Naatu, for best original song, made it to the final Oscar nominations. (Emoji of hands clapping) Wishing success to @shaunak sen & crew and @ssrajamouli."
RRR was nominated in the category along with the songs This Is a Life from Everything Everywhere All at Once, Lift Me Up from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick, and Applause from Tell It Like a Woman. This is the third significant international honor for the song Naatu Naatu, which was written by Kala Bhairava and Rahul Sipligunj and was composed by MM Keeravaani.

Keeravani just received a Critics' Choice and Golden Globe award for the song from earlier this month. Another Critics' Choice award went to the movie for Best Foreign Language Film. The fictitious pre-independence narrative RRR (Rise Roar Revolt) depicts two real-life Indian rebels in the 1920s: Alluri Sitaraman Raju (Ram Charan) and Komaram Bheem (Jr NTR).

Jai Ho, from Danny Boyle's 2008 British film Slumdog Millionaire, was the first Hindi song to get an Academy Award for Best Original Song and Best Original Score. It was written by Gulzar and has music by AR Rahman.

Hollywood actors Riz Ahmed and Allison Williams revealed the nominees for 23 categories for the 95th Academy Awards. On March 12, the Oscars will be presented.