Japanese YouTubers Dancing to RRR Song ‘Naatu Naatu’ Win the Internet

The blockbuster RRR directed by SS Rajamouli is gradually gaining momentum on a global scale. The craze for the film has now migrated to Japan, where it will be released on October 21. The main cast, JR NTR, and Ram Charan along with Rajamouli recently flew to Japan to promote the film ahead of its release in the country.

And now, the movie’s hit song “Naatu Naatu” has become a craze for Japanese fans. Recently, Mayo, a popular YouTuber from Japan, posted a new video in which she recreates the signature moves to show her admiration for the hit song.

After her interviews with Rajamouli, Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, the YouTuber filmed a video of herself and her friend dancing to the song “Naatu Naatu”. “After the interview with Ram Charan, Jr NTR, Rajamouli, for RRR’s release in Japan, we were so excited and made another video on the way back, thank you Kaketaku for always having my back!” she said in the caption of the video she shared.

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The video has garnered over 3,700 likes and over 45,800 views since it was shared. Over 600 people retweeted the post, the majority of which complimented the actor.

Mayo’s friend Kaketaku mirrored her moves in the video. Additionally, he uploaded a photo of himself with the RRR team and said, “I joined Mayo’s interview, danced, and gave Japanese gifts. Glad to hear they had fun! Finally, RRR will be released tomorrow in Japan!!!!

Prior to the Oscars, Rajamouli was busy marketing his film. Post who, top entertainment agency in Hollywood, CAA, signed him. The director and the two main stars are currently in Japan to promote the film after being seen in the United States a month ago. The film was favorably received in Japan, as well as in the United States.

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One user wrote: “RRR in the land of the rising sun – that’s super cute.”

“Japanese RRR fans did many dance forms to the rhythm of naatu naatu,” read another comment.

What do you think?

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