Tesla cars perform a light show in tribute to RRR’s song
RRR’s Naatu Naatu became a worldwide sensation with their Oscar win. Celebrities, cricketers, diplomats, and even amateurs follow Junior NTR and Ram Charan. In response to the Oscar-winning song, a video of Tesla cars performing a light show to the beat of the movie has surfaced on the internet.
As a result of the viral video being shared by RRR Movie’s official Twitter account, the video has gone viral. A video clip shows several Tesla cars lighting up in sync with the beat of bright New Jersey license plates in the background. They mentioned their gratitude for the love they get from fans in this many unique and fabulous ways.
It looked like a spectacular light show when the Tesla’s headlights flashed in sync with each other.
.@Teslalightshows light sync with the beats of #Oscar Winning Song #NaatuNaatu in New Jersey 🤩😍
Thanks for all the love. #RRRMovie @Tesla @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/wCJIY4sTyr
— RRR Movie (@RRRMovie) March 20, 2023
It wasn’t long before the video had more than 175,000 views and 13,000 likes on Twitter, just a few hours after its release. The love and wishes are overwhelming as they shed by way of feedback on this post. And it shows the impact of the film and the particular song has fans around the world. Even the Tesla light show also answered the post with a lot of love and wishful thinking.
There is no doubt that all of the songs featured in the Keeravani music in this film were well received by the audience. As the song “Naatu Naatu” has become a hit with Hollywood fans, it has transcended the South Indian film industry.
“Naatu Naatu” was the first Telugu song to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song. This song won the award over big names such as Rihanna and Lady Gaga who were also nominated. Singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, as well as the composer and director SS Rajamouli took part in the event. As part of the event, Jr NTR and Ram Charan, the two lead actors of the film, attended the event on behalf of the film.
Meanwhile, US teens were also dancing to the beat of popular songs on social media: Olga Manassyan shared a video on her Instagram account of her steps on the hook of the song. There are several teenagers seen dancing to the lane in the rain on a basketball court throughout the video, and Manassyan is one of those who can handle the steps with great ease. I couldn’t help but learn to dance after watching this dance and song at this year’s Oscars. I couldn’t help but learn to dance after watching them.” She wrote in her caption following the performance.
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