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4 Fascinating Facts About RRR’s 'Naatu Naatu' Song

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RRR’s groovy Naatu Naatu is the first Indian song to win a 'Best Original Song' Award at this year's Golden Globes. 

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While we're sure you've had the track on loop in your playlist, we bet you weren't aware of these four incredibly fascinating details pertaining to the Golden Globe award-winning song. So, here we go!

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The Capital Was The First Choice... Natarajan Ramji recently revealed in a interview that filmmaker Rajamouli wanted to shoot the song in Delhi, at a discreet location, and recreate a set that mirrored India in the 1920s. However, it didn't happen. 

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The Ukraine Connection Did you know that some parts of the film, and the song in question, were shot in Ukraine? Turns out, the movie's crew had amassed mammoth support from the Ukrainian President and PM, as the latter was once a TV actor!

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'Inside The Hook' Step Believe it or not, but 80+ variations were reportedly carried out to perfect the iconic hook step in Naatu Naatu! The lead actors had to give 18 takes before Rajamouli okayed the shot. 

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Google’s Search Videos Of 2022 Long before widespread acclaim came in the form of a Golden Globe, Naatu Naatu made it to the coveted list of Google’s 'Year In Search Videos Of 2022'.