- “Naatu Naatu” from the Indian film “RRR” has taken the world by storm, and its popularity peaked even further after winning an Oscar for Best Original Song.
- South Korean embassy staff celebrated the win by dancing to the song on live television, which was appreciated by Indians and praised by PM Modi.
The world has been taken over by “Naatu Naatu”. When SS Rajamouli won an Oscar for the song that served as one of the centrepieces of his magnum work, “RRR,” its popularity peaked on Monday morning.
As Indians celebrated the Oscar win of ‘Naatu Naatu’ with great enthusiasm, the South Korean embassy staff also joined in the celebrations by performing a dance to the song on live television. This was not the first time that the embassy staff has shown their love for the song as they previously went viral on social media with a dance video.
The video, which was shared by the embassy, showed the staff and other participants dancing to the song on the embassy’s grounds in New Delhi. In the caption, they introduced the video and shared their joy, saying, “Do you know Naatu? We are happy to share with you the Korean Embassy’s Naatu Naatu dance cover. See the Korean Ambassador Chang Jae-bok along with the embassy staff Naatu Naatu!!”
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Do you know Naatu?
We are happy to share with you the Korean Embassy's Naatu Naatu dance cover. See the Korean Ambassador Chang Jae-bok along with the embassy staff Naatu Naatu!! pic.twitter.com/r2GQgN9fwC
The efforts of the South Korean embassy staff were appreciated by the people of India, who hailed their initiative. They not only received a thumbs up from the Indian public but also garnered praise from the Prime Minister himself, who noticed their efforts on Twitter. PM Modi reacted to the original video, calling it a “lively and adorable team effort.”
Lively and adorable team effort. ? https://t.co/K2YqN2obJ2— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 26, 2023
Ram Charan and Jr. NTR star in Naatu Naatu. The song’s words were written by Chandrabose, and MM Keeravani provided the music. The track also won the Golden Globe this year.