‘Naatu Naatu’ in contention for Hollywood Music Awards!

Telugu Cinema News: SS Rajamouli’s movie developed a fan craze in Indian history and internationally. The superhit blockbuster magnum opus movie earned more than thousands of crores since its release and got huge appreciation from western countries after it was available on the OTT platform Netflix. His movie is extremely loved by the Hollywood audience and highly appreciated. Director SS Rajamouli is literally unstoppable. 

'Naatu Naatu' in contention for Hollywood Music Awards!
‘Naatu Naatu’ in contention for Hollywood Music Awards!

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The movie was also recently released in Japan also on 21st October and it is getting a tremendous response there too. The filmmakers are trying to get nominations at the Oscars for this movie, there is a chance for this movie to get some nominations in some categories. All over the popular hit song Naatu Naatu turned out to be perfect and the great dancing movements of NTR and Ram Charan, the great viewing experience in theatres, people are really enjoying it.

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The song was literally a hit and even the audio was loved by the people. However, this blockbuster song Naatu Naatu has got a nomination for the Hollywood Music in Media Awards in the category of Onscreen Performance. The song is nominated along with the songs let’s play House by Austin Butler from Elvis, Jennifer Lopez’s ‘On My Way from ‘Marry Me, ‘Cucamonga’ by Knights of Swing, and Billy Eichner’s ‘Love’ from BROS.

Well, the winner will be announced on 16th November, and let’s see if Naatu Naatu manages to win or not. Previously, one video became viral of the school students of California, Indian students seen singing this song with the script in their hands (American students), and this got viral.

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