Twitter War: Kichcha Sudeep clarified on Ajay Devgan’s statement, said – it was not to hurt, provoke or start an argument

Kicha Sudeep and Ajay Devgan

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South actor Kichha Sudeep had recently refused to accept Hindi as the national language during an interview, after which a Twitter war broke out between Ajay Devgan and Kichha Sudeep.

If you have always seen politicians fighting with each other over Hindi, you must have seen many times, but this time there is no leader but two industry veteran actors have come face to face. There is a Twitter war between the two. Both are giving their own opinion regarding Hindi. Actor Ajay Devgan on Wednesday ,Ajay Devgn, South actor Kicha Sudeep (Kiccha Sudeep) He replied in a very different way to a comment of (Hindi Language) refused to accept it as the national language. On this, Ajay Devgan asked him by tweeting that then why do you dub your language films in Hindi? Now Kicha Sudeep has given his clarification on this.

Kannada actor Sudeep recently said that Hindi is not the national language of India. To which Ajay Devgan, expressing his displeasure, reacted on Twitter on Wednesday and said, ‘My brother, if according to you Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your mother tongue films by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan Man..’

Kicha Sudeep’s reaction to Ajay’s tweet

To which Kichcha Sudeep has now tweeted and said, ‘Hello @AjayDevgan Sir.. The context of why I said this is completely different from the way I expected to reach you. When I meet you personally, then I will tell you why I made that statement? It was not meant to hurt, provoke or start an argument. Why would I do this sir? I love and respect every language of the country. I want this topic to end here. Because I said that line in a completely different context. Much love and best wishes to you always. I hope to see you soon.

Sudeep had written another tweet in which he said that, Ajay Devgan sir, I understood the text you sent in Hindi. This is only because we all respected, loved and learned Hindi. Don’t feel bad sir but wondering what would have happened if I had answered in Kannada. Aren’t we also from India sir?

On this Ajay Devgan wrote in his tweet that, ‘Hi Kicha Sudeep, you are a friend. Thanks for clearing up the misunderstanding. I have always considered the film industry as one. We respect everyone’s language and expect everyone to respect our language. Maybe something was left to understand.

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For your information, let us tell you that during an interview, Kicha Sudeep had recently said some things which were in the context of Hindi language. He had said that, ‘You said that a Pan India film was made in Kannada. I want to make a small correction in this and that is that Hindi is no longer the national language. They (Bollywood) are doing Pan India films today. To get success, he is struggling by dubbing in Telugu and Tamil, but it is not happening. Today we are making such films which are going everywhere. Hindi is not and never has been the national language of India. India has no national language but Hindi and English are official languages ​​used by the central government.

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