“RRR” Team Paid Money To Buy Oscar ?? Sensational Tweet Goes Viral
- "Naatu Naatu"
- "The Elephant Whisperers"
- Academy awards
- documentary filmmaking
- global recognition.
- Guneet Monga
- Indian cinema
- M.M. Keeravani
By Surithi J
RRR issue – Indian cinema has once again made its mark on the world stage with the historic win of “Naatu Naatu” at the 2023 Academy Awards. This win marks a significant achievement for the Indian film industry as it continues to break barriers and gain recognition on the global stage.
“Naatu Naatu” is a song from the film RRR, directed by SS Rajamouli, which was released in 2022. The film follows the story of Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju, two freedom fighters from the 1920s who fought against the British for the liberation of their people. The film features an impressive ensemble cast, including Ram Charan, JR NTR, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt, Shriya Saran, Olivia Morris, and Ray Stevenson, among others.
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The win for “Naatu Naatu” at the Oscars is a testament to the exceptional talent and hard work of the entire team behind RRR. The film has been praised for its grand scale, stunning visuals, and gripping storyline. The win for Best Original Song is also a significant achievement for the film’s music composer, M.M. Keeravani, who has been a prominent figure in the Indian music industry for over three decades.
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However, the celebrations were marred by a controversial comment made by Jacqueline Fernandez’s close friend and makeup artist Shaan Muttathil. Shaan took to the comments section of a post announcing the win to mock the RRR filmmakers, alleging that they had “bought” the award just like in India. This remark was met with severe backlash from netizens, who criticized him for belittling a prestigious award ceremony like the Oscars.
Despite the negativity surrounding Shaan’s comments, the win for “Naatu Naatu” is a moment of pride for the Indian film industry. It represents a significant step forward in the industry’s quest for global recognition and acceptance. It also highlights the immense potential of Indian cinema to tell compelling stories and create exceptional works of art.
In addition to the win for “Naatu Naatu,” Guneet Monga’s “The Elephant Whisperers” also received the award for Best Documentary Short at the Oscars. Monga is a prominent figure in the Indian film industry and has been recognized for her contributions to independent cinema both in India and abroad.
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The win for “The Elephant Whisperers” is a testament to the power of documentary filmmaking in shining a light on important social issues. The film tells the story of a community in Assam, India, that has successfully implemented an innovative method of elephant conservation. The win at the Oscars is a significant achievement for the film’s director, filmmakers, and the entire team behind it.
The wins for “Naatu Naatu” and “The Elephant Whisperers” at the 2023 Oscars are a cause for celebration for the Indian film industry. These wins represent a significant achievement for the entire Indian film fraternity and highlight the immense potential of Indian cinema to captivate audiences worldwide. With its unique storytelling style, vibrant visuals, and talented actors and filmmakers, the Indian film industry is poised to continue making its mark on the global stage in the years to come.
In his comment, Shaan wrote “Hahahah this is so funny. I thought only in India we could buy awards lol. But now even in Oscars. Money and what all we can get when we have the money. Even Oscars lol.”
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