Pride of Telugu People: RRR’s ‘Naatu Naatu’ wins Oscar’s Best Original Song Award!
The film ‘RRR’ has created history not only at the national level but also at the international level by winning the Oscar for the Best Original Song Award! The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ of this film bagged the award in the original song category. ‘RRR’ got another feather in the cap by becoming the first south Indian film to get an Oscar award. Across the globe, the pride of Telugu speaking people knows no bounds! Raja Mouli has made the whole world to make a stop and have a look at him and his film! Hats off to him and his team at RRR! The Oscar award has been received by Keeravani & Chandra Bose in Los Angeles at the memorable, iconic 95th Oscar awards ceremony.
The kind of euphoria created by ‘Naatu Naatu’ is beyond words. Yet the hard work, dedication, professionalism added with courage, determination and having tons of self-confidence, fighting spirit at such an highest level of competition and the list goes on…ending up ultimately as the one and only ONE original song to win this prestigious award. When the awards ceremony started off in an extraordinary way, the highly talented and gorgeous Bollywood actress, Deepika Padukone introduced this song to the Hollywood audience.
When the 95th Oscar Awards ceremony gets going in Los Angeles, the guests include famous personalities from Hollywood, film industry giants, actors, actresses in addition to all the technicians whose works are already nominated for the awards in different categories are eagerly waiting for the big news about the Winners’ Announcements. The long wait is over for all the Indians, especially the ‘RRR’ team from dreaming about getting a glimpse of the Oscar awards ceremony to actually to be a part of that and finally getting an award at the Oscars itself is making your dream a reality…in its true sense. Hats off to Raja Mouli and his team of dedicated professionals, who dared to dream and achieve!
Even when we are yet to sync with fantastic performance of ‘RRR’, the Oscar Award ceremony judges have announced another award in the Best Documentary / Short Film Category …and the award goes to ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ an Indian short film with duration of just about 40 minutes. The story revolves around ‘Raghu’ an orphaned baby elephant and the kind of troubles & trauma undergone by a pair Bomman & Belly to save and protect ‘Raghu’ from the hunters of the forest. The entire picturization, story line and the screen play played terrific role – thanks to the pair of Guneet Monga & Kartiki Gonsalves and their combined efforts, commitment and confidence got them the Oscar and no wonder they have dedicated their award to ‘Mother India!’
And the list of Oscar winners in different categories include …
James Cameroon’s directorial master piece ‘Avatar: The Way Water‘ got the Award in the ‘Best Visual Effects Category’ as the top choice out of other nominations namely ‘All Quiet On The Western Front’, ‘The Batman’, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’
The film ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ bagged the Oscar award in ‘Best Original Score’ in addition the Oscars for ‘Best Production’ and for ‘Best Design’ categories as well.
In the Animated Feature Film Category, ‘Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio’ bagged the Oscar and the Oscar Award for Best Supporting Actor goes to Brendan Gleeson and the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress was won by Angela Bassett.
The Oscar Award for ‘Best Live Action Short Film’ category was awarded to ‘An Irish Goodbye’ and the Oscar Award for ‘Best Cinematography’ category was bagged by ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and The Oscar for ‘Lead Actor Award’ category was given to ‘Elvis’ and ‘Cate Blanchett’ bagged the Oscar for ‘Lead Actress’ while ‘All Quiet On The Western Front’ bagged the Oscar for ‘Best Film’ Award.