Oscar 2023: Ram Charan-Junior NTR did the first tweet as soon as ‘Natu-Natu’ got the Oscar, fans were happy

Ram Charan and Jr NTR on Oscar 2023: South’s superstar Ram Charan and Jr NTR’s film RRR rocked the 95th Oscar Award show. The song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the film has won an Oscar Award. Ever since this news came to the fore, there has been a wave of happiness among the fans. At the same time, stars from Bollywood to South Industry are congratulating the team of RRR. Not only this, but the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has also wished the entire team of RRR. Meanwhile, posts of Jr NTR and Ram Charan have surfaced after winning the Oscar trophy, which has become a topic of discussion among people on the internet.

Ram Charan said this

First of all, Junior NTR shared a picture on his Twitter and wrote, ‘Many congratulations to the entire team of Humne Kar Dikhaa.’ Whereas Ram Charan wrote on his social media account, ‘We have won, we have won as Indian cinema, we have won as a country.’ The Oscar Award is coming home. It would not be wrong to say that RRR has created history. Apart from this, the film The Elephant Whispers by Kartiki Gonsalves and Guneet Monga has won the Best Documentary Short Film Award.

Kangana Ranaut praised Deepika Padukone

Let’s tell that people are also praising Deepika Padukone fiercely. Deepika joined the Oscars 2023 as a presenter. Deepika Padukone gave a great speech on the Oscars stage today. People have become very impressed by his style. At the same time, Kangana Ranaut has also praised Deepika Padukone openly. Kangana wrote, ‘How beautiful Deepika Padukone is. It is not easy to stand together with the whole country, carry your image, and reputation on those delicate shoulders and speak with such grace and confidence. Deepika testifies that Indian women are the best.

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