RRR’s ‘Nattu Nattu’ shot outside Ukraine President’s official residence 

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Golden Globe winning track ‘Nattu Nattu’ from Rajamouli's RRR was shot outside Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's official residence.

Ram Charan, Junior NTR in 'Nattu Nattu' | Photo: Facebook

Los Angeles: ‘Nattu Nattu’, the Golden Globe-winning electrifying dance track from SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’, has a special connection with war-torn Ukraine.

Interestingly, the song was shot outside Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's official residence in August 2021, a few months before the Russian invasion.

The blue coloured building seen in the background amid the dance of Ram Charan and Junior NTR is Mariinsky Palace, the President’s residence.

"We had gone there to shoot some crucial scenes. When we were shooting, I had no idea about the issues that have now escalated into a war. It was only after I returned and looking at things now, did I understand the seriousness of the issue," director Rajamouli said earlier.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday night, Zelensky appeared virtually at the Golden Globe Awards to tell everyone that "there will be no third World War" as the tide turns in Ukraine's conflict with Russia, the Hill reported.

Zelensky highlighted the award show's origins back in 1943, during World War II, and said Ukraine's fight against Russia's invasion symbolizes "the struggle for the right of the new generations to know about the war only from movies."

"The First World War claimed millions of lives. The Second World War claimed tens of millions of them. There will be no third World War. It is not a trilogy," Zelensky said, promising that Ukraine "will stop the Russian aggression" with the help of the free world.

With inputs from ANI

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