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Fans refer to Neetu Kapoor and Padmini Kolhapure as "Ageless women" after seeing them recreate the song "Naatu Naatu"

Even seasoned performers Neetu Kapoor and Padmini Kolhapure couldn't help but recreate the Oscar-winning song Naatu Naatu. Fans were entertained by a dance video featuring veteran actress Padmini Kolhapure and Ranbir Kapoor's mother Neetu Kapoor. The women in the video performed SS Rajamouli's Naatu Naatu's hook step flawlessly. It seems sense that they would set fitness objectives at this age.Padmini Kolhapure posted the video on her Instagram account.
“Tripping on #natunatu with my favourite #neetukapoor step by step will get there soon #instareels fun fun fun,” she wrote as the description for the video. As soon as the film was uploaded, admiration for the illustrious women poured in. “Good to see both of you together,” one of the followers remarked. ladies who never age. Another person said, “What energy Neetu ji. There was another who said, “This is actually called Sweet sixteen.” “Wow my favourite two beauties in one frame Neetu ji and Padmini ji and Neetu ma'am your dance uff,” said another. Another person said, “Can't believe is 64, energy, and look.”
Neetu also posted the video to her Instagram stories with the caption, “Attempted nato nato with old friend.” Clapping hands emoji was used by Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, her daughter, to respond. The two got enthusiastic applause from everybody in the room as they danced their hearts out, and the event was captured on camera.
Meanwhile, everyone is aware that SS Rajamouli's masterpiece film RRR made history. The first song from an Indian production to win an Oscar was RRR's Naatu Naatu. Ram Charan and Jr. NTR, two of the most animated performers in the South, were featured in the song. Chandrabose wrote the lyrics for Naatu Naatu, while MM Keeravani created the music. The fast-paced song was performed for the Oscars audience by singers Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava, as well as American dancer Lauren Gottlieb and music composer MM Keeravani. In Naatu Naatu, which includes Charan and Jr. NTR dancing together to the song's infectious beat, the inclusive spirit of dance and camaraderie is celebrated. The Telugu word for the track's title is bucolic. With a duration of more than 4.35 minutes, it exemplifies the fun-loving nature of country music.

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