According to an article published in the BBC, India creates history again at the eightieth Golden Globe awards. A massive celebration is going around all across India as the Telegu film RRR wins the Golden Globe for its song Natu Natu, in the category of the best original song. This catchy musical number from this action film has won the award competing against the likes of Rihanna, and Taylor Swift.
MM Keeravani the composer of the song, while accepting the award said that he was immensely happy to see the global success of this song. This action movie RRR was written and also directed by the legendary filmmaker SS Rajamouli. It happens to be a historical fantasy film revolving around two revolutionaries played by Jr NTR and Ram Charan in the lead, who were fighting against British supremacy over India.
This film also happens to be the highest-budgeted film ever in India. This epic action movie has seen huge success at the box office not only in India but also in the US. Jessica Chastain, the Hollywood actress in her tweet last week had written that the film felt like a party to her. The film has a mix of songs in it. It has a romantic ballad, patriotic anthem, and happy dance numbers too. Each of these songs has become immensely popular amongst its fans.
The magical four-and-a-half-minute Natu Natu song became an instant hit with people all over the world. The two male leads of the song, Jr NTR, and Ram Charan have made everyone dance to their highly energetic dance moves. The dance became a massive hit not only in India but also across many parts of the world too. it has even gone on to become a viral trend across social media platforms too. The fans showed great happiness as the news got spread out. Ram Charan’s father Chiranjeevi who is a superstar in the Telegu industry has told that this win is phenomenal and historic. It was a sentiment that reached out not only to the film industry but also across the people of the globe too.
Indeed, more than being just a song, Natu Natu had gone on to become an anthem of highly energetic dance. In the category of the original score, India has previously won the Golden Globe for Jai Ho in Slumdog Millionaire. The film was directed by Danny Boyle and the music was scored by AR Rahman. In the past India also created history when the 1957 film Do Anankhen Barah Haath by V Shantaram won the best non-English film and even for Gandhi, directed by Richard Attenborough as well.
In the US, RRR had gone to carve a cult status for itself as it came out on Netflix. Not only it made a huge fan base it but also went on to get re-released across the theatres too. The screening at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater was absolutely sold out. Rajamouli the director has also won the best director award from New York.