Ajay Devgn, who is embroiled in controversy over calling Hindi the national language, knows what the whole matter is

Mumbai (Bureau) – The controversy between Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn and Kannada actor Kicha Sudip over the national language of Hindi has now provoked the reaction of former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Reacting to Ajay Devgn’s statement that ‘Hindi was and will remain our national language’, Sidharmaiah said that Hindi was never his national language and never will be. The former Chief Minister said that it was the duty of every Indian to respect the linguistic diversity of the country. Sidharmaiah said he was proud to be a Kannada.

Replying to Ajay Devgn, Sidharmaiah tweeted, “Hindi has never been and never will be our national language. It is the duty of every Indian to respect the linguistic diversity of our country. Every language has its own prosperous history, which people are proud of. I am proud to be Kannada.


The controversy over Hindi language started when Sudip’s’ K. Yes. F. Answering a question on 2 being called an all-India film, he said that Hindi is not our national language. Kicha Sudip had said that Pan India films are being made in Kannada, I want to correct it a little bit. Hindi is no longer the national language. Pan India films are being made in Bollywood today. He is making remakes of Telugu and Tamil films but is still struggling. Today we are making films that are being watched all over the world. Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn expressed displeasure over Sudip Kicha’s statement.

Responding to the Kannada actor, Ajay Devgn said, “Kicha Sudip, my brother, if Hindi is not our national language, then why do you dub your Hindi language films and release them in Hindi?” Hindi was, is and will always be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gun Mann. ‘


Reacting to Ajay Devgn’s reaction, Kicha again wrote, “Sir, in the context in which I said that, I feel that my point has been taken very differently. Maybe I can put my point in front of you better when I meet you. I did not mean to offend, provoke, or provoke controversy. Why would I do that, sir? ‘


In another tweet, Kicha wrote, “I respect every language of my country. I do not wish to pursue this topic further. Let it end here. As I said, I did not mean what is being understood. Lots of love and best wishes to you. I hope to see you soon. ‘

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