Prem Rakshith has been praised for generating electrifying choreography in his two RRR songs, which have made the crowd go berserk with his distinctive choreography style
Prem Rakshith, who choreographed the song “Naatu Naatu,” has been credited by RRR director SS Rajamouli as one of the primary reasons for the movie’s success.
The composer Keeravani and lyricist Chandrabose did an excellent job, but the song’s main success belongs to Prem, according to Rajamouli.
Rakshith is a famous and leading Indian choreographer. He was born on December 14, 1977, in Chennai. He began his career in 1993 and is still working today.
He began working in the Tamil and Telugu film industries with several other choreographers in 1993. In his career, he took various dance classes, which gave him an edge over other choreographers. In the year 2006, Prem got his first break when RB Choudry hired him to do choreography in his movie.
For the second time, he was given the opportunity to work on Rajamouli’s film Yamadonga in 2007. Yamadonga was a blockbuster hit.
His style of choreography is unique as well as entertaining in the film, and he got very much appreciation for that. He choreographed two songs in it.
Speaking about the success of ‘Naatu Naatu’, Prem said the real challenge was to show them as equally energetic on the big screen.
He added that they did multiple retakes to come up with the perfect song.
“When Rajamouli told me about Naatu I was scared as I feared that one of the stars might look less impressive than the other because of me. I needed to show them the same energy. We improvised a lot on the song till the end,” said Prem.
It took me two months to choreograph it. We shot for 20 days and did 43 retakes, he added.
“We did about 90 to 110 hook steps before zeroing down on the final one. For the shoot, we did more than 20 takes. Rajamouli sir was not satisfied and he wanted to take one more shot and one more shot,” he said.
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