Amul Mesmerises Everyone With its Post for RRRs ‘Naatu Naatu’
Amul's post about the popularity of RRR's song "Naatu Naatu" has received 1.7 million views, 1000 retweets, and 16000 likes.
NEW DELHI: The 95th Academy Awards in Los Angeles were a major affair, especially for the Indian cinema community.
In addition to "The Elephant Whisperers," the hit song "Naatu Naatu" from the movie RRR won the prize for best original song at the 2023 Oscars. Many renowned individuals congratulated the writers of the well-known song.
Well-known companies like Amul jumped on board to express their congratulations. Amul Topical has paid a sincere tribute to the film's main actors and the soundtrack director. The insertion of humorous inline captions in the Amul topical article steals the show.
"You can't say Naa tu an osca rrr," read one of the texts inside the creative. "Amul, enjoy with nacho nacho," reads another sign at the corner.
"#Amul Topical: Naatu Naatu wins Best Original Song at the Oscars," said the caption on the social media post that went viral after Naatu Naatu's worldwide victory.
The viral message on Amul's Twitter handle earned enormous praise and adoration. A veritable avalanche of admirers complimented the diary giant's brilliance. Among the users, one said, "Natu Natu is taking, and Amul is taking."
"To Amul's beautiful music, everyone dances." "Kese kar lete ho?" a different user questioned. "The Amul girl should have worn a Louis Vuitton black gown," the third one wrote.
Amul's post about the popularity of RRR's song "Naatu Naatu" has received 1.7 million views, 1 000 retweets, and 16 000 likes.
Actress and politician Jaya Bachchan hailed and highlighted India's double win at the 95th Academy Awards in Rajya Sabha.
The renowned actor remarked on Tuesday that it is a proud occasion for the nation and that it is time to put an end to any north-versus-south discussions during his statement in the parliament. Bachchan said this is not the time to see which region or language has won but to celebrate the diversity of India and look at these films as "Indian first."
"Finally, the movie market is here, not in America," she said.
Jaya Bachchan further claimed that she is acquainted with RRR's director SS Rajamouli, screenwriter KV Vijayendra Prasad, and other individuals who helped India win the Oscars.