From Mammootty-Mohanlal to Laurel and Hardy, all are jiving to 'Naatu Naatu'

Several versions of the energetic number, which has been nominated for the Oscars, have gone viral.

'Naatu Naatu' has gone global over the past few months with lawmakers, celebrities and actors endorsing the song on their social media platforms. Several versions of the energetic number, which has been nominated for the Oscars, have gone viral. Here are some of the best-edited versions of the song.


Mammootty and Mohanlal groove to 'Naatu Naatu' in viral video

Mohanlal and Mammootty's dance number, 'Pranaya Swaram Hridaya Swaram', from the movie 'Nanayam' is edited to perfection to give Malayalis their version of 'Naatu Naatu'. Netizens have gone vocal to point out the similarities between the original and the edited version. Ram Charan and Jr NTR, here's your match.


BTS drops 'Dope' edited version

'Dope' by BTS has a huge fan following across the globe. The album was released eight years ago and features the band members wearing different uniforms and dancing in style to the lyrics. Following the 'Naatu Naatu' rage, the BTS Army themselves released an edited video of the members- RM (Kim Namjoon), Jin (Kim Seokjin), Suga (Min Yoongi), J-Hope (Jung Hoseok), Jimin (Park Jimin), V (Kim Taehyung) and Jungkook (Jeon Jungkook), grooving to the popular song from 'RRR'. The video left everyone impressed.


Laurel and Hardy grooving to 'Naatu Naatu'

Anand Mahindra shared an edited video featuring the popular British-American comedy duo Laurel and Hardy grooving to 'Naatu Naatu'. The duo, with their characteristic grin and humourous appearance, can be seen grooving to the song, in the edited version. Mahindra had even captioned the video: “No one is immune from the catchiness of #NaatuNaatu. Not even inhabitants of the past.. L&H may not have the same energy as the #RRR duo but they’re not bad!” (sic)

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