What if the best two of any field work together? The intensity gets multiplied and the impact becomes unmeasurable. That’s what happened with the Naatu Naatu song in RRR. The two best dancers of Tollywood, Jr NTR and Ram Charan compete with each other, maintain the perfect chemistry, move in sync and give the audience a memorable mass experience. Credits to SS Rajamouli for such a brilliant idea.
As Rajamouli said on several occasions, the Naatu Naatu song too has a story. The song was basically built up on an English man commenting and degrading the character Komaram Bheem on his knowledge and style in dance. And then the perfect reply comes from Bheem and Ram together. Not only the English men in the film on screen, but also the audience in the theatres who are experiencing the non-stop dancing legs of the lead actors were left spellbound. Jr NTR and Ram Charan got into the zone of perfect sync with each other. Watching them dance with such an energy makes the audience too get out of their seats and dance together in the theatres. Credits to the amazing choreography by the master Prem Rakshith. MM Keeravani needs to be equally applauded for composing such a mass number blending with the film flow.
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The audiences are literally enjoying the Naatu Naatu song in the theatres. They are sharing their love and reactions on Twitter. Here are a few among them showcasing the madness of the audiences in reaction to the magic created by Tarak and Charan.
— Michael Vijay (@Realcinemakaran) March 25, 2022
— mathu tweets (@naane_naanai) March 26, 2022
— Akhil Eppalapally (@akhilimz) March 24, 2022
#NaatuNaatu is one of the best dance performances you will see on the big screen in Indian Cinema! #RamCharan and #JuniorNTR are extremely capable dancers and they lend such energy to this song that It will literally make your JAW DROP! 🔥#RRR #SSRajamouli pic.twitter.com/tLVXzUmQD3
— ANMOL JAMWAL (@jammypants4) March 25, 2022
— ꜱʜʏᴀᴍ ꜱɪɴɢʜᴀ ʀᴏʏ (@Hitman4Lyf) March 24, 2022
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