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The Sindus trampled the earth-shattering word together and raised dust. Dandanakara rang out to make the hearts of India flutter. A Telugu song was crowned on Vishwasini stage. ‘Natu Natu’ from the film ‘RRR’ won the Oscar award in the Best Original Song category and marked the beginning of a new era in Indian cinema.

Millions of Indians have been waiting for many years. For the first time, an Indian song has won Oscar Yavanika. An innovation in Indian cinema. The beginning of new lights. It is an auspicious moment when the world’s cinema stage has expressed its gratitude to the Telugu song. The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles witnessed this historic event with thunderous applause.

The 95th Oscar Awards ceremony was held on Sunday at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, USA, amid a star-studded crowd. The song ‘Natu Natu’ from the movie ‘RRR’ created a new history by winning the Oscar in the Best Original Song category. Along with this movie, the Indian documentary ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ also won an Oscar in the Best Documentary Feature Film category. Indian cinema has shown its strength on the Oscar stage with two awards this year. The scientific thriller film ‘Everything Everywhere at Once’ topped the Oscars this year with a total of seven awards including Best Picture. Composer Keeravani and lyricist Chandra Bose received the Oscar for the song ‘Natu Natu’. Singers Rahul Sipliganj and Kalabhairava got a standing ovation for their live performance on the stage.

‘Natu Natu’ has shown its strength on the Oscars stage which is like the Kumbhasthalam of the World Film Awards as a result of the lively conversation with Komaram Bheem. Competing in the Best Original Song category were ‘Applause’ (Tell It Like A Woman), ‘Lift Me Up’ (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever), This Is A Life (Everything Everywhere All At Once), ‘Hold My Hand’ (Topgun Maverick ‘) songs and ‘Natu Natu’ bagged the Oscar. The premises of the Dolby theater shook with the words of the leading actress Deepika Padukone while introducing the song ‘Natu Natu’ on the Oscar stage saying ‘Do you know Natu’. This song is a universal sensation. Enchanting steps and mesmerizing beat bring great beauty to this song. This song is about the friendship between Alluri Sitaramaraj and Komaram Bheem, the revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle. It got millions of views on social media. Deepika Padukone explained the song to the audience by saying, ‘Geetami is the first song nominated for an Oscar from an Indian film.’ Later singers Kalabhairava and Rahul Sipliganj sang this song live. This live performance was the highlight of the entire event. Director Rajamouli’s joy knew no bounds when the award was announced for the song ‘Natu Natu’. He expressed his happiness by lovingly touching his wife Rama Rajamouli, who was beside him in emotion.


The story behind the song ‘Natu Natu’..

Keeravani Oscar

Keeravani Oscar

This song comes in the context of the protagonists Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitaramaraju demonstrating the supremacy of Indian song by challenging the British Salsa dance. That’s why director Rajamouli felt that this song should be superior to other songs. Chandra Bose has rendered excellent lyrics to Keeravani’s clever mass beat. Expressed serious feelings in simple words. Rahul Sipliganj and Kalabhairava brought life to the song with their vocals. Premkshrit choreographed this song. The song was filmed in front of the president’s residence in Ukraine as a major attraction. The dance director has composed steps with more than 80 varieties for the hook step in the song ‘Natu Natu’. Especially in the dance, they worked hard for the sync between the two. Ram Charan and NTR took 18 takes for the sync in the dance. Finally, the song was okayed only after the sync was perfect.

A story of parallel worlds…

Absurdist (abstract) comedy ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’, taken in the background of science fiction, topped the Oscars. This film received 11 nominations and created a sensation by winning 7 awards simultaneously. Just like a concept that there are people similar to humans on this earth… this film is made with the imaginary plot that there are parallel worlds in this infinite universe where it is possible to interact with humans similar to us. In this story that revolves around Evelyn, a Chinese woman who immigrated to America, the world is full of confusion and many abstract concepts. Along with Best Picture, Best Director. The film bagged awards in the Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Actress, Best Screenplay and Best Editing categories. After this movie, ‘All Quiet in the Western Front’ won the awards for Best Cinematography, Best International Feature Film, Best Production Design and Best Music Original Score and came second.


Chandra Bose exercises

Lyricist Chandra Bose has done a lot of work for the song ‘Natu Natu’. Rajamouli took all the suggestions into consideration. Rajamouli suggested that the meaning of the song should be to reveal our courage and talents without insulting the white people. Chandra Bose took 19 months to complete this song. Even while the song was being shot in Ukraine, director Rajamouli. Chandra Bose was advised to write the lyrics with some changes over the phone. Chandra Bose changed the last stanza of the song in just fifteen minutes.

A discolored Oscar carpet

Walking the red carpet at the Oscars is considered a great honor. They attract everyone’s attention by posing on this carpet wearing special clothes. But this time the color of the carpet has been changed from red to champagne color. This time, the red carpet tradition that has been in place since 1961 has been broken. In last year’s Oscar ceremony, the top actor Will Smith slapped the presenter Chris Ross and it became a controversy. It is said that the color of the carpet has been changed as a sentiment in this background. Jimmy Kimmel, who hosted the 95th Oscars, reacted sarcastically to the red carpet color change. ‘Last year’s slapping incident left the entire Oscar venue red-faced. That’s why we have chosen a color that represents a bit of calmness this year.’

Cheers to ‘Natu Natu’ as a lady

Lady Gaga

An interesting scene took place in this Oscar ceremony. When the award for the song ‘Natu Natu’ was announced, Hollywood singer Lady Gaga cheered with a standing ovation. She performed the song ‘Hold My Hand’ from the movie ‘Top Gun’ live at the Oscars. Even though her song is also in competition in the Best Original Song category, it is remarkable that Lady Gaga shares in the joy of the song ‘Natu Natu’ with camaraderie. On this occasion, a fan posted a video of Lady Gaga cheering for the song ‘Natu Natu’ on social media. Netizens are in awe of Lady Gaga’s untainted heart.


Sensational directorial duo

Best Directors

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert received the award as the best directors for the film ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’. Before entering films, this director duo used to make music albums. ‘Swiss Army Man’ released in 2016 under their direction impressed with its innovative plot. Our duty is to provide stories that are different from the routine. The movie ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ was inspired by the action of Kungfu movies. This story was born from the desire to show the current human life with many complications and choices in a different perspective, through a parallel world,’ said the director duo about the film. They are the third director duo to win the Oscar award. Earlier, two directors won awards for their films West Side Story and No Country for Old Men.

The first to win an Oscar Indian documentary film

The Elephant Whisperers

The Elephant Whisperers

Streaming on Netflix, ‘The Elephant Whisperer’ won the 95th Oscar in the documentary short film category. This documentary is directed by Karthiki Gonsalves and is 42 minutes long. Filmed in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu. Produced by Guneeth Monga. Bomman and Belly, who show great respect for the forest and wildlife, take on the responsibility of taking care of two orphaned baby elephants named Raghu and Ammu. The bond that the couple develops with them and the events that unfold in this sequence, the documentary takes on a humanistic dimension. It is heartwarming to care for baby elephants with the same love as a baby. This documentary visualizes the inextricable bond between nature, man and wildlife. Boman and Belly’s life changes with the arrival of an orphaned baby elephant. Baby elephants bring comfort to those who are grieving the loss of a baby. With this film, director Karthiki Gonsalves created a sensation by winning the Academy Award in her first attempt.

Based on an incident…

The Elephant Whisperer Dire

Director Kartiki Gonsalves made the documentary ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ inspired by an incident she witnessed in real life. Did you see a man walking with baby elephants in the Nilgiris near Ooty five years ago? Talking to him, he said that he had found a lost baby elephant in the forest. Karthi’s heart was moved by the connection between the two of them. This documentary aims to show the relationship between man and mute creature. Karthik was born in a village near Ooty. She created this documentary with around 450 hours of original footage. For that, she spent 18 months in the forest with Boman and Belly couple.


Michelle Yeoh is the first South Asian woman

Brendan Fraser

Brendan Fraser won the best actor award for his performance in ‘The Whale’. This film is made as a psychological drama. Brendan, who is known as a Canadian-American actor, made his film debut with the film ‘Dogfight’ (1991). Later, films like The Mummy Trilogy, Gods and Monsters and Crash brought him good recognition. Brendan Fraser’s performance as an obese teacher in ‘The Whale’ impressed everyone. Michelle Yeoh won the best actress award for her performance in the film ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’. Michelle Yeoh became the first South Asian woman to win an Oscar. Born in Malaysia, Michelle Yeoh first rose to fame through Hong Kong action films. Sixty-year-old Michelle Yeo entered Hollywood in the year 2000. He showed his strength with films like To Morrow Never Dies, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Having won many awards in her long career, she won the Oscar for the first time for the film ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’.

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