‘This song deserves every bit of success’: Indian Movie RRR Beats Black Panther 2, Top Gun: Maverick – ‘Naatu Naatu’ Wins Best Original Song at Golden Globes

'This song deserves every bit of success': Indian Movie RRR Beats Black Panther 2, Top Gun: Maverick - 'Naatu Naatu' Wins Best Original Song at Golden Globes
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RRR’s craze took over the world last year with its incredible action and rose to international popularity with many Hollywood biggies appreciating the creation of S.S. Rajamouli.


Among all the memorable elements from the astounding movie, one was its song Naatu Naatu, which not only managed to win the hearts of viewers but also went on to win the best original song award at the 80th Golden Globes Award ceremony.

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Ram Charan and Jr NTR in RRR

RRR makes history by winning at the Golden Globes

RRR took the world by storm after its release in 2022. The film not only garnered national praise but became a worldwide phenomenon with even Hollywood Celebes being fascinated by the superhero bromance between Ram Charan and Jr NTR, as the S.S. Rajamouli creation broke the record for the highest box office opening for an Indian Cinema with a collection of 217 crores on the first day.

Even though the movie created a fair share of award buzz before leading into notable award ceremonies, it eventually lost to Argentina 1985 in the best foreign film category but the song Naatu Naatu went on to win the first golden globe award for an Indian movie by proclaiming the prestigious award for best original song. Composer M. M. Keeravani accepted the honor at the Beverly hills and shared the win with lyricist Chandrabose. Keeravani further expressed his gratitude by saying,

“Thank you Beverly HFPA for this prestigious award, I’m really happy to share this excitement with my wife, who is sitting right managed


The Naatu Naatu song managed to rise to popularity after breaking the norms of language while making everyone dance to the energetic tune all around the globe and it eventually went on to beat Rihanna’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever anthem Lift Me Up, Lady Gaga’s  Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick, and Taylor Swift’s Carolina from Where the Crawdads Sing.

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RRR, a film directed by SS Rajamouli

Fans erupt in joy after Naatu Naatu’s win

Naatu Naatu song’s win has taken over the world with Twitter erupting in joy for the historic win at the 80th golden globe awards. With everyone chiming to the epic Naatu Naatu theme, fans congratulate  SS Rajamouli and all the creators for their work in this Indian epic.


On its way to the top, Naatu Naatu song defeated some recognizable names in the category including Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Taylor swift. Although some people have shared their disdain over Rihanna and Taylor swift’s loss at the ceremony, it’s impossible to deny the impact of the RRR movie as a whole and the power of the song Naatu Naatu that the fans have been loving since its release.



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RRR director S.S. Rajamouli

S.S. Rajamouli’s magnum Opus has garnered abundant love from critics and fans from all around the globe and fans relish the movie’s historic achievement on this Tuesday night, marking a new era and bar for Indian cinema


RRR is available to stream on Netflix.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter


Written by Santanu Roy

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