Hindi films fade in front of the South? Kicha Sudeep said – everything ends one day

Kannada actor Kiccha Sudeep had landed in a controversy a few months back over his statement on the Hindi language. He had said in an event that Hindi is not the national language. He also had an argument with Ajay Devgan on Twitter for this statement. Now Sudeep has given his opinion on Hindi films struggling in front of South films. 

The trailer of Kiccha Sudeep’s film ‘Vikrant Rona’ was released in June. After seeing the visuals of the film in the trailer, the public’s mouth was left open and it is believed that this film will be fantastic. Even before the trailer came, Sudeep’s statement on the Hindi language, which was busy in the vigorous promotion of the film, came into controversy.

Sudeep had said in an event that Hindi is not the national language. Due to this, the atmosphere on social media became very hot. The matter reached to such an extent that Ajay Devgan, one of the top stars of Hindi films, expressed his displeasure with Sudeep’s talk on Twitter.

However, Sudeep had answered his point with great humility. Now Kichcha Sudeep has again said something that may have gone unnoticed by the fans of Hindi films. 

Kiccha on South vs Bollywood In 

in a new interview with Hindustan Times, Sudeep talks about the success of South films in Hindi-speaking states. He said, “When the content starts speaking, it starts reaching the place. It is not forced. It is happening organically on its own. This is the victory of content.”

When he was asked whether different cultures were one of the reasons behind this not happening so far? So he said, “We were watching Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Maine Pyar Kiya. We were watching Sholay, Hum Saath Saath Hain and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. That is, we celebrated this culture in the cinema halls of Bangalore, Gujarati And have seen stories of Punjabi families. It has nothing to do with having a different culture. If I give you what you haven’t seen yet, you will be interested.”

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that the films coming from the South’s film industries are getting a chance to be released in the theaters of North India and the restrictions are being removed.

He further said, “Everything has to end one day or the other, including these restrictions. Earlier also South films used to come in the North, but on satellite TV. Whenever I go to Delhi, Goa, Mumbai or Jaipur. When I used to go, people used to recognize me and say that he is the hero of ‘Bajirao’. Because my film ‘KempeGowda’ was dubbed in Hindi as ‘Bajirao’.”

‘Vikrant Rona’ is a Pan India release and will be released in five other languages ​​apart from Kannada and Hindi, the mother tongue of Kicha. ‘Vikrant Rona’ will be released in theaters on July 28. 

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