Ram Charan on the success of the Naatu Naatu song
Ram Charan calls Naatu Naatu song 'Indian Film Industry's Success

Ram Charan’s RRR breaks boundaries with Oscar nomination for ‘Naatu Naatu’ song

Ram Charan, one of the leading actors in the Telugu film industry, has recently spoken about the international success of the blockbuster movie RRR and its hit song “Naatu Naatu.” In an exclusive interview with ABC channel’s Will Reeve, the actor discussed the overwhelming response that the movie and its music have received both domestically and globally.

Ram Charan’s interview covered a range of topics, including the stunning visuals and emotional depth of RRR, which was directed by SS Rajamouli. However, the highlight of the conversation was his thoughts on the song “Naatu Naatu” and its recent nomination for the prestigious Oscar award.

The actor spoke about the behind-the-scenes story of shooting the song in Ukraine, which was done just three months before the war in the country. Ram Charan reminisced about how the song was shot over 15 days at the presidential palace and how he was so impressed with the beauty of Ukraine that he wished to visit the country again as a tourist.

The conversation then moved towards the Oscar nomination for “Naatu Naatu,” and the actor expressed his surprise at the possibility of winning an award at such a prestigious ceremony. He said that if the song wins the Oscar, he wouldn’t believe it and someone would have to wake him up and tell him to go on stage to collect it. “It is not just our success; it is the Indian film industry’s success,” he said.

Ram Charan hopes that more Indian films would come to the Oscars and Golden Globes, and he believes that RRR’s success is not just because of the incredible visuals and action but also because of the emotional depth of the story, which connects very well with audiences. The actor also praised the director SS Rajamouli, who had earlier directed the blockbuster hit Baahubali, for his outstanding work on RRR.

Ram Charan’s international popularity is evident from his multiple appearances on popular American shows like Good Morning America and ABC News. He is set to appear at the coveted Hollywood Critics Association, where he will present an award, making him the only Indian presenter on this global stage.

In conclusion, Ram Charan’s thoughts on the success of RRR and “Naatu Naatu” reflect the increasing recognition of Indian cinema and its music on the global stage. His interview is a testament to the hard work and dedication that goes into making a successful film, and the impact that it can have on audiences around the world.

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