Actor Ramcharan performs an Thrilling ‘Natu-Natu’ dance at the G-20 summit in Kashmir


Superstar actor Ramcharan from South India made news today by attending the G-20 summit in Srinagar, Kashmir. The actor gave a special performance to commemorate the occasion, dancing on stage to the hit song “Naatu Naatu” from his film “RRR.” A video showing Ram Charan teaching the Korean ambassador, Chang Jae-bok, the song’s hook-step has gone viral on social media, sparking interest among fans and movie buffs all over the world.

Ramcharan’s Arrival and Performance

Actor Ramcharan performing a dynamic 'Natu-Natu' dance at the G-20 summit in Kashmir

Ram Charan came on Monday in Srinagar to take part in a G20 Summit activity. The actor participated in a side event where he displayed his dancing abilities as a part of the third G20 Tourism Working Group Meeting in the Kashmir valley. He captivated the crowd with his dynamic performance of the song “Naatu Naatu” and used the occasion to instruct the foreign representatives there in the dancing moves as well. Ram Charan performed while wearing a traditional white attire, and his work received high applause.

‘Naatu Naatu’ and Global Recognition

The song “Naatu Naatu” from the film “RRR,” which won the Oscar for best original song this year, became well-known all over the world. The movie, which also stars Jr. NTR, Ajay Devgan, and Alia Bhatt, received more praise when it won the coveted Golden Globe. Ram Charan’s dance performance during the G-20 summit demonstrated the song’s appeal and popularity, captivating the crowd.

Ministry of Tourism tweeted : The Naatu Naatu star @AlwaysRamCharan along with @ChangJaebok1 , Korean Amabassador to India did an impromptu performance to the #NaatuNaatu beats – the Oscar winning song at the #Filmtourism side event at the 3rd G20 #TWG meeting at Srinagar.

Ramcharan’s Connection to Kashmir

Ram Charan highlighted his strong devotion to Kashmir during his remarks at the occasion. He recalled how his father had done a lot of filming in Sonamarg and Gulmarg starting in 1986. The actor recalled his own experience of filming in the same theatre in 2016 for the film “Dhruva.” He characterised Kashmir as a location with a mysterious air that attracts everyone’s interest. Ram Charan emphasised the odd sense of being in the region and stated his appreciation for its beauty despite the preconceived assumptions and news about Kashmir.

Boosting Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir

The Union Territory’s tourist industry will receive a major boost as a result of the G-20 tourist Working Group conference in Srinagar. G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant, Union Minister for Culture and Tourism G Kishan Reddy, and Union Minister Jitendra Singh were among the notable dignitaries and more than 60 international delegations that attended the event.

Amitabh Kant emphasised Kashmir’s potential as a location for filming, and he pledged support and aid in helping to market it as a desirable location for filming.

G Kishan Reddy emphasised the development of film tourism as a potent tool for promoting the tourist sector, with the government in Jammu and Kashmir coming up with a detailed plan for its expansion.

International Meeting in Post-Article 370 Kashmir

This G-20 summit is notable since it is the first international gathering to take place in Kashmir after Article 370 was repealed and the former state was divided into Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh in August 2019. The confidence in the security of the area and the government’s initiatives to encourage tourism and development is reflected in the attendance of world leaders and delegations.

Security Measures and India’s G20 Presidency

Security has been tightened due to the meeting’s location in Srinagar to ensure everyone’s safety. India has hosted 118 G20 meetings while holding the presidency, demonstrating its dedication to international cooperation.

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