In the Hindi belt, the magic of South Cinema rises above everyone’s head. The Hindi version of South movies is earning a lot at the box office. Even Bollywood movies have lagged behind in terms of earnings. Before Kannada movie star Yash’s ‘KGF Chapter 2’ movie, movies like SS Rajamouli’s ‘RRR’, Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ and Ajith Kumar’s ‘Valimai’ have done good business in the Hindi belt . At the time, Kannada superstar Kicha Sudeep has created trouble in front of South Cinema by making a controversial statement about the Hindi language. Ajay Devgan’s forceful response to Sudeep’s controversial statement is a scathing attack on Sudeep’s thinking.
Ajay Devgan has given a fitting response to Kannada actor Kiccha Sudeep’s controversial statement.
In fact, while speaking about Pan India movies at an event, Kicha Sudeep said that Hindi is no longer the national language. Bollywood is struggling to make Pan India films while the southern industry has already found success. Excited by the success of the Kannada film ‘KGF Chapter 2’ directed by Prashanth Neel, Sudeep said:I want to make corrections. Hindi is no longer the national language. Bollywood is now making Pan India movies. Those people strive for success by dubbing films in Tamil and Telugu. They are not yet able to succeed. But today we are making these types of films, which are being seen and appreciated everywhere. Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan has slammed this controversial Kichha statement regarding Hindi. He wrote on Twitter, ‘My brother, according to you, if Hindi is not our national language, why do you release movies in your mother tongue and dub them into Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan man’ ‘,
,@KicchaSudeep Brother, according to you, if Hindi is not our national language, why do you release movies in your mother tongue and dub them into Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan man.
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) April 27, 2022
Ajay Devgan has given an appropriate response to Kicha Sudeep. Because Kicha probably doesn’t know that South Cinema movies are made in Hindi and released in the Hindi belt, Bollywood movies don’t win by being released in the southern languages, Tamil, Telugu or Kannada. They probably don’t even know that the way South movies are winning in the Hindi belt, their language has no role in that, but their content and acting are good which is making people like it here. When Bollywood is not liked by its people, why would anyone in the South like it? They must understand that no movie is succeeding here because of their language. When all goes well, southern movies earn hundreds of crores in the Hindi belt, it is incomprehensible that Sudeep takes a flying arrow. Because his own actors try to impress the Hindi audience by speaking Hindi during the promotion.
Kannada actor @KicchaSudeep he said, “correct it, Hindi is no longer the national language, it’s no longer a national language”. At a movie launch and a big round of applause from the crowd and the media. I hope that the efforts of the Kannada activists are reaching the intended places. ?#stophindilmposition pic.twitter.com/qpj06HJseG
—-Ravi (@AaladaMara) April 23, 2022
The first pan-Indian film to be released during the Corona period is Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa: The Rise’. The film has made more than a third of its total earnings from the Hindi version. Allu Arjun came to Mumbai for the promotion of this movie. He then spoke in Hindi even though he was a Telugu speaking actor. Like him, during the promotion of the movie ‘RRR’, actors Ram Charan and Jr NTR, rock star Yash have been seen speaking Hindi during the promotion of the movie ‘KGF 2’. Rocky Bhai has given many long interviews in Hindi. Seeing him, he did not feel that there was a linguistic wall in his mind. But actors like Kicha Sudeep who have already been working in Bollywood. He has friends like Salman Khan in this industry, he keeps such divisive thoughts in his mind, it is amazing to see and hear this.
Controversy over Hindi is not new to the southern states. A few months ago, Home Minister Amit Shah had said at a meeting of the Official Language Committee that there are many kinds of languages, some kinds of dialects in our country. Many people feel that they are a burden to the country. I think that many languages and many dialects are the greatest strength of our country, but there is a need for the country to have a language, so foreign languages have no place. Due to this, the official language was conceived and Hindi was accepted as the official language. There was an uproar in the south about this statement by Shah, with many actors like Prakash Raj objecting to Hindi. While these same actors make money working on Hindi movies, when it comes to politics, they start to protest. After all, how long will this dual attitude last?
By the way, let us tell you that in the last 40 years, the number of Hindi speakers has increased by 161 percent. In this, according to the 2011 census report, 44 percent of the population across the country speaks Hindi. The remaining 56 percent includes speakers of 120 languages. Based on the population, about 53 million people speak Hindi. At the same time, 14 million people have accepted Hindi as their second language. The number of Hindi speakers has increased rapidly in the last 50 years. In the year 1971, the number of Hindi speakers was only Rs 20 crore which increased to Rs 54 crore in 2011. Hindi not only in India but also in Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Myanmar, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, China, Japan, UK, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa, Mauritius, Yemen, Uganda, Trinidad, Tobago, and Canada Also spoken in large numbers.