Kannada star Kiccha Sudeep has given a controversial statement regarding Bollywood and Hindi language. Sudeep said that Hindi is no longer the national language and Bollywood is struggling to make pan India films while the South industry has already been successful. On this statement of Sudeep, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan got furious and asked a question tagging Sudeep on Twitter.
Ajay Devgan wrote on Twitter that “Sudeep my brother, if according to you Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your mother tongue movies by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan Man.” People on Twitter are giving their reactions to this tweet of Ajay Devgan.
A user named Nishant Sharma wrote that ‘Absolutely Ajay sir, if Sudeep feels that Hindi and Hindi films do not exist in front of the films of his mother tongue, then he should respect his mother tongue and film only in his own language. should release. Why is there a compulsion to release in Hindi? A user named Amit wrote that ‘Controversy is being created deliberately. The country knows how much these Bollywood people respect Hindi. English has been the first language of this industry, these people used to flaunt a lot by talking in English.
A user named Tarun wrote that ‘When the script of Hindi films will also be written in Hindi, then there will be right respect for Hindi. It is heard that the makers of Hindi films give all the instructions in English on off-screen. A user named Yogesh wrote that ‘the language of the nation changes after being included in the constitution, the status of the national language in the constitution is changed to English’. Ajay Devgan paaji.
[email protected] my brother,
According to you if Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your mother tongue movies by dubbing them in Hindi?
Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language.
Jan Gan Man .
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) April 27, 2022
A user named Harish wrote that ‘Sir, Hindi is another language like Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and other languages, simply because most of the people of the country speak and understand Hindi. This does not mean that Hindi is a national language. A user named Aladdin Alam wrote that ‘Although I do not object to any language, but in the South, Hindi speaking people are looked down upon. The South hates Hindi and the people there do not even like to see, hear and speak Hindi. I have faced this discrimination in my life.
A user named Manoj Sharma wrote that ‘Now this new war is about to start, sir seems to have taken Sudeep’s statement to heart. Very true.’ A user named Arun wrote that ‘Then the same language war. There are 22 official languages in India. Hindi, English and several languages of South India are recognized as official languages. There is no one language that can be called national, even though Hindi has the largest share of speakers.’