The song Naatu Naatu from the hit Telugu-language film RRR has made history by becoming the first Indian film song to win an Oscar, reports BBC.
The blockbuster track won Best Original Song at the 95th Academy Awards, beating heavyweights like Lady Gaga and Rihanna.
India won a second Oscar for The Elephant Whisperers which won in the Best Documentary Short film category.
The documentary, which tells the story of a couple who care for an injured baby elephant after it gets separated from its herd, is the first Indian production to win in this category.
Shot in the picturesque Nilgiri mountains in southern India, The Elephant Whisperers explores the warm bond that develops between the human and animal as they begin to coexist.
However, India's big win remained Naatu Naatu (a Telugu word which means raw or rustic) - a thumping song that has got people around the world grooving to its beats.
The song already made history in January when it won a Golden Globe for the best original song - a first for India. The same month, it also won the Critics' Choice award for the best song.
He said that he had grown up listening to songs by The Carpenters - an American music duo - and sang the rest of his speech in the tune of their hit song Top Of The World.
The audience burst into laughter and applause as he said that RRR had "put me on the top of the world".
Indian lyricist Chanrabose and Indian musical composer MM Keeravaani hold the Oscar for Best Music (Original Song) for their song ‘Naatu Naatu’ in ‘RRR’.