WATCH: Ram Charan Dances To RRR’s ‘Natu Natu’ With Delegates At G20 Meet In J&K

Actor Ram Charan, who took part in a side event of the third G20 Tourism Working Group Meeting in the Kashmir valley, danced to ‘Naatu Naatu’ from his movie ‘RRR’ and was also seen teaching the steps to foreign delegates.

A video of Ram Charan, who was donning a white traditional outfit, teaching Korean ambassador Chang Jae-bok the hook-step of ‘Naatu Naatu’ has gone viral on social media.  

Ram Charan hit global headlines when ‘Naatu Naatu’ of RRR movie won the Oscar this year for the best original song. The film, also featuring Jr NTR, Ajay Devgan and Alia Bhatt, also bagged the Golden Globe award.

At the event, Charan spoke about Kashmir and how he is attached to the place. While speaking at the event, Charan said, “Kashmir is that kind of a place, where I have been since 1986, my father shot extensively here in Gulmarg and Sonamarg.”

He further said, “I’ve shot in this auditorium in 2016. This place has something magical, it is such a surreal feeling coming to Kashmir, it draws the attention of everyone.”

“You won’t believe it but I have shot in this beautiful auditorium in 2016 for a movie called Dhruva. I played a recruit in a police academy. I sat in that chair and this place has something magical. It draws me, it draws the attention of people. No matter what we hear about Kashmir, it is such a surreal feeling to come to Kashmir,” he further said.

After the event, in a video posted by ANI on Twitter, he said, “We love Kashmir. It is such a beautiful place. It is the best place they chose to have the G20 meeting.”

Over 60 foreign delegates and a host of other prominent leaders arrived in Srinagar on Monday for the third G20 Tourism Working Group meeting, which is aimed to give a boost to tourism in the Union Territory.

G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant, Union Minister for Culture and Tourism G Kishan Reddy, Union Minister Jitendra Singh and others were present.

G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant, as quoted by ANI, said “There cannot be a better place than Kashmir for shooting movies. We’ll (Centre) go out of our way in providing assistance in shooting movies and shoot locations and help to shift film destination from any other part to Kashmir.”

G Kishan Reddy said, “Film tourism has emerged as a powerful medium to promote the tourism industry and the government is chalking out a comprehensive strategy for its growth in Jammu and Kashmir.”

This is the first international meeting being held in Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 and the bifurcation of the erstwhile state into Union Territories – Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh – in August 2019.

Security measures have been heightened in Srinagar due to the meet.

Under its presidency, India has so far held 118 meetings in various parts of the country so far, the G20 chief coordinator, Harshvardhan Shringla, told reporters ahead of the meeting.

The third Tourism Working Group meeting will deliberate on the five key priority areas — green tourism, digitalization, skills, MSMEs and destination management. These priorities are key building blocks for accelerating the transition of the tourism sector and achieving the targets for 2030 SDGs, Tourism Secretary said, as per PTI. 

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