After Winning Best Song Title, There’s Another Blast Of RRR At Critic Choice Award, Know Here!

SS Rajamouli’s “Rise, Roar, Revolt” or RRR (RRR) will be streamed worldwide. The film not only collected a good collection at the box office, but also received awards. In the past, the film won a Golden Globe Award for the song “Natu Natu”. Now “RRR” has brought the name of India back to the world stage. Upon receiving the Golden Globe Award, Rajamouli’s film won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Song. This award is given only for the song “Natu Natu”. Now, This adds another milestone to the film’s title.

RRR wins Best foreign language Film award

The film won in other categories. RRR also won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Foreign Language Film. In this category, Rajamouli’s films compete with films such as All Quiet on the Western Front, Argentina 1985, Bardot, Chronicle of the Autumn of Many Truths, Up Close and Decision to Quit. After all these films, PPP films won the Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Rajamouli poses with a trophy Rajamouli’s joy knows no bounds as two more awards are added to the film’s title. A video clip of Rajamouli posing with the award was posted on the Critics’ Choice Awards Twitter page. His face showed the joy of receiving the award.

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MM Kiravani composed the music for “Natu Natu”.

Let us tell you, The music for the song “Nattu Nattu” was composed by M. M. Keeravani and makes people all over the world dance to its melodies. While Rahul Sipliganj provides the voice for the song. Talking about his film collection, “RRR” with a budget of 550 crores earned over 1000 crores. With this record, the film became the second highest grossing Telugu film.






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