Students of an art school in Mumbai made paintings of "Naatu-naatu"’ and "’The Elephant Whisperers" to celebrate the win of two oscar awards.
M.m. Keeravani won best original song for his joyously energetic anthem "Naatu-naatu" from the film triple RRR. The music was composed by Keeravani and the lyrics were written by Chandrabose.
The dance anthem from the blockbuster Telugu-language action epic is the first from an Indian film to earn a nomination and win, and has dazzled audiences everywhere with its energetic tempo and choreography.
The three-hour maximalist action epic is one of India’s most expensive and top-grossing films of all time and pairs two of the country’s biggest stars: N.t. Rama Rao Jr. And Ram Charan.
It also quickly climbed u.s. Box-office charts. The massively popular song also won a golden globe award in January.
"The Elephant Whisperers" was also named best short documentary at Sunday night's ceremony in a first for an Indian production. The documentary follows the story of a couple in southern india who devote themselves to caring for an orphaned elephant and explores the bond between humans and animals.