Ram Charan and Keerthy Suresh dance to Naatu Naatu song: Video goes viral
- Ram Charan was invited as chief guest to pre-release event of Good Luck Sakhi
- Keerthy Suresh and Ram Charan danced the hook step of Naatu Naatu
- Keerthy Suresh plays the role of a sharpshooter in the movie.
Keerthy Suresh’s long-pending film, Good Luck Sakhi, is all set to hit theatres on January 28. The film’s release was postponed multiple times due to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown restrictions. Directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, Good Luck Sakhi is gearing up for a grand release and the makers of the movie held a pre-release event in Hyderabad on January 26th.
Ram Charan was invited as the chief guest for the event. The Telugu actor was all praise for the team and gave them his best wishes. When he completed his speech, Keerthy requested him to do the Naatu Naatu hook step with her.
‘Naatu Naatu’ is a song from RRR, directed by Rajamouli, starring Junior NTR and Ram Charan. The song has garnered over 80 million views and 1.2 million likes. The song has impressed audiences globally to an extent that videos of recreations and redoing of the hook step have not stopped.
Ram Charan happily obliged and taught the hook step to the south Indian actress. It was then Ram Charan and Keerthy Suresh performed the famous hook step. A video of Keerthy Suresh and Ram Charan dancing to Naatu Naatu at the Good Luck Sakhi event is now going viral on all social media platforms.
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Good Luck Sakhi is directed by Nagesh Kukunoor and features Keerthy Suresh, Jagapathi Babu and Aadhi Pinisetty in lead roles. The sports drama has music scored by popular musician Devi Sri Prasad. The film is produced by Sudheer Chandra Padiri and is distributed by Sri Venkateswara Creations. Editor Sreekar Prasad and cinematographer Chirantan Das are part of the technical team. The film features Keerthy Suresh as a sharpshooter. The film which was shot on 2020 is finally set to release this year on theatres, after a delayed wait of two long years,