Ajay Devgn has a dabangg jawab for Kiccha Sudeep’s ‘Hindi isn’t a national language’ comment. Latter reacts

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Bollywood superstar Ajay Devgn took a sarcastic dig at Kannada superstar Kiccha Sudeep after the Vikrant Rona actor said at an event that Hindi is not a national language anymore. While Kiccha Sudeep’s statement drew a lot of flak on social media, Runway 34 actor Ajay tweeted against Sudeep’s controversial statement.


South star Kiccha Sudeep has been subjected to brutal trolling ever since he said at an event that “Hindi is no more a national language.” This comes in the wake of South films breaking records at the box office. Now, Ajay Devgn hit back at Kiccha Sudeep on Twitter in Hindi. Its English translation roughly reads: “Kiccha Sudeep, my brother, according to you, if Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your native language [mother tongue] films by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan Man.”

Here is the tweet:


Kiccha Sudeep has now replied to Ajay Devgn’s tweet. He wrote, “Hello @ajaydevgn sir.. the context to why i said tat line is entirely different to the way I guess it has reached you. Probably wil emphasis on why the statement was made when I see you in person. It wasn’t to hurt,Provoke or to start any debate. Why would I sir (sic).”


At the launch event of his film R: Deadliest Gangster Ever, Kiccha Sudeep spoke about the success of films like KGF: Chapter 2, Pushpa: The Rise, RRR, and other South movies doing supremely well at the pan-India box office. He said, “You said that a pan India film was made in Kannada. I’d like to make a small correction. Hindi is no more a national language.” The actor further added, “They (Bollywood) are doing pan-India films today. They are struggling (to find success) by dubbing in Telugu and Tamil, but it’s not happening. Today we are making films that are going everywhere.”

The Internet stands divided on Kiccha Sudeep’s statement about Hindi as a national language.

Read the full article at: indiatoday.in

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