There is a catch, as actor Ram Charan has expressed interest in performing the Naatu Naatu music at the Oscars. In advance of the 2023 Academy Awards, Ram Charan is currently in the US conducting promotional talks for his film RRR. Although he would be more than happy to entertain the audience, he acknowledged in an interview that he is unable to perform the full song on stage. As of right now, two Naatu Naatu vocalists, Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, will perform on Oscar night.
The SS Rajamouli-directed RRR song Naatu Naatu has been shortlisted for an Oscar for Best Original Song. It has developed into a widespread practise. In recent months, numerous videos of moviegoers dancing to the music have surfaced on social media.
Ram Charan stated, “We would want to perform Naatu Naatu anywhere that we are appreciated, but not every location permits us to do so,” in an interview with Letterbox. But given that we’re at the Oscars, there’s a request, and there’s time, why not? Because our audience has been so encouraging, we are happy to provide them with amusement. The entire number would be difficult to execute on stage because it takes a lot of breath and energy.
Additionally, he recently expressed his feelings about Naatu Naatu winning the Oscar. In an interview with ABC News Live, Ram Charan talked about the success of RRR and how the song Naatu Naatu became well-known worldwide. When asked how he would feel specifically if Naatu Naatu won an Oscar, Ram Charan said, “I don’t think I’ll believe it.” I need to be awoken and instructed to go get it. I’ll be the happiest as of and an an an an an an My prediction is that the Indian film business will be the one to benefit, not us. We cannot claim possession of anything.
Last March saw the theatre premiere of RRR, a work of fiction set in the 1920s, just before India gained independence. It is based on the lives of Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem, two real champions and well-known revolutionaries. Ram Charan played Ram, and Tarak played Bheem.
Over the course of the movie’s global theatrical run, approximately 1000 crore were made. The film will have a major re-release in the US on March 3, prior to the Oscars in 2023.