Naatu Naatu is a dance quantity from RRR that includes Jr NTR and Ram Charan performing an identical steps. It was launched in Hindi with the title Naacho Naccho.
Aamir Khan was seen shaking a leg with NTR Jr and Ram Charan throughout a promotional occasion for the upcoming movie RRR in Delhi. Aamir, who joined the workforce of RRR for the occasion in Delhi, was seen attempting to be taught the steps of the track Naatu Naatu, titled Naacho Naacho in Hindi. Alia Bhatt, who has a particular look within the movie, was additionally current on the occasion and might be seen encouraging Aamir to be taught the steps. Also Read| SS Rajamouli remembers shooting RRR’s Naatu Naatu song in Ukraine: ‘Been enquiring about people who worked with us’
Naatu Naatu is a dance quantity that includes Jr NTR and Ram Charan performing an identical steps. The track had turn out to be a viral sensation after its release in November final yr, with many copying the hook step of the track. Aamir Khan may be seen making an attempt the hook step on the current occasion in Delhi’s Connaught Place, as he held onto the shoulder of Jr NTR.
The actor struggled to carry out it and mentioned, “Mere se nahi hoyega (I won’t be able to do it) as he tried to learn the step from Jr NTR and Ram Charan. Alia Bhatt then tried to encourage Aamir saying, “It’s very straightforward. Even I learnt it.” Aamir as soon as once more carried out the step as Jr NTR and Ram Charan guided him.
SS Rajamouli’s RRR can be launched in theatres on March 25, after it was delayed a number of occasions as a result of Covid-19 pandemic. The movie is predicated on the fictional story of the youthful days of freedom fighters Komaram Bheem and Alluri Seetharamaraju, starring Jr NTR and Ram Charan as them respectively. The movie additionally options Ajay Devgn in a cameo.
A current assertion by Andhra Pradesh minister Perni Nani revealed that the movie, directed by SS Rajamouli, exceeds the price range of his final movie Baahubali: The Conclusion by ₹100 crore. It has been made in ₹336 crore, excluding the wage of the forged in addition to the crew.
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