The blockbuster Telugu-language movie RRR’s song Naatu Naatu created history by being the first Indian movie track to win an Oscar. The Elephant Whisperers won Best Documentary Short Film at the Oscars. Everything Everywhere All at Once, a realist comedy-drama action movie from the United States, took home seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Acting.
Oscar: The Elephant Whisperers.
An orphaned elephant calf called Raghu is taken care of by an indigenous couple named Bomman and Belli in the story The Elephant Whisperers, which is placed throughout the Mudumalai National Park. The documentary is based on relationship between them and natural beauty. In December 2022, The Elephant Whisperers available for audinces on Netflix.
RRR’s Naatu Naatu.
During the 95th Academy Awards, the hit song won Best Original Song, defeating superstars like Lady Gaga as well as Rihanna.
Audiences all over the world have been enthralled by its entrancing tempo and movement.
The song is “the glory of every Indian,” composer MM Keeravani remarked in accepting the award.
The remainder of his address was delivered in song to the tune of The Carpenters’ classic track Top of the Globe after he mentioned that he had grew up admiring to their music.
He stated that RRR had “placed me just on top of the world,” prompting laughter and cheers from the audience.
The Golden Globe for best original song was won by Naatu Naatu in January, it was the very first moment an Indian track had ever done so. Critics’ Choice Award for Best Song was also received, in that same month.
After the movie’s American release last year, the upbeat song, which goes to “Dance, Dancing” in Telugu, became an international hit.
The video for the song was taken in front of the beautiful Mariinskyi Palace in Ukraine, and it shows Ram Charan and Jr NTR, who play the film’s leads, dancing hard.