Indians Shone At The 95th Academy Awards And Here Are Pictures To Prove That

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First up, let’s talk about the movie and the people of the hour — legendary composer M.M. Keeravani and lyricist Chandrabose accepting the Oscar for Best Original Song for “Naatu Naatu” from RRR.


The fact that M.M. Keeravani sang his acceptance speech to the tune of “Top of the World” by The Carpenters is simply ICONIC.

What a beautiful acceptance speech!!! MM Keeravani sings his speech to the tune of ‘Top of the world’ by The Carpenters

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And here’s Ram Charan, our beloved Alluri Sitarama Raju from the movie, looking dapper on the Oscars red carpet.


He attended the ceremony with his wife, Upasana Kamineni, who looked absolutely gorgeous.


And here’s our Bheem, aka N. T. Rama Rao Jr., looking suave AF.


Here’s the man with the Midas touch, S.S. Rajamouli, attending the Vanity Fair Oscar Party along with Ram and M.M. Keeravani.


Singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava performed the now Academy Award-winning “Naatu Naatu” amidst immense cheers AND a standing ovation.


The dancers were also an absolute treat to watch.

Here’s the energetic performance of “Naatu Naatu” from #RRR at the #Oscars.

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I know for a fact that “Naatu Naatu” is going to dominate all our playlists all of this week, month, and year.


And who better to introduce this performance than our very own Shantipriya…err…Deepika Padukone?!


Deepika not only looked like a million bucks, but was also reminiscent of the Filmfare trophy, because, why not?


And here’s her announcing the performance while being interrupted several times because the audience simply couldn’t stop cheering!

“If you don’t know Naatu, your about to” 😅

#DeepikaPadukone announces #NaatuNaatu performance at #Oscars 🤩

#RRRMovie | #AcademyAwards

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Here are Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga — winners of the Best Documentary Short Film award for The Elephant Whisperers.


Here’s director Shaunak Sen and the team of All That Breathes who may not have won the Academy Award for the Best Documentary Feature Film, but certainly won millions of hearts.


And finally, here’s a shoutout to Jacqueline Fernandez, whose film, Tell It Like A Woman was also a nominee in the Best Original Song category for the track “Applause”.

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