From actors to musicians to politicians, a small twitter banter between Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeepa and Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn blew up into a full-fledged debate that didn’t finish with social media. Actors to politicians, many of them had been concerned in this row and had been questioned about it throughout occasions and press conferences. What began off as a mere dialog become an argument that questioned the nationwide language of our country and if now we have any. In an unique interview with Bollywood Hungama, Kichcha Sudeepa talks about the repercussions of this Twitter dialogue with Ajay Devgn.
“I’m happy that one topic that I began, ended with the leader of the country speaking and ending it in such a beautiful method” – Kichcha Sudeepa on Hindi vs South debate
Kichcha Sudeepa advised Bollywood Hungama, “Ajay Sir, or me, I assume we’re two people who’re seeing this trade – he has seen rather more than me. And I guess we’re all grown-ups, we perceive what’s what. So we had been speaking about black and white, and we did not need to settle with a gray. So no matter the extensions had been – in case you notice a lot of folks took the topic, however no person tagged us. They simply needed the topic. And they took it politically throughout the place. And I assume that is a zone the place we each didn’t belong. He had a query to me for to, which I assume I revered that. And I needed to reply, although, that got here in Hindi. I understood Hindi. So I did reply again in English so that everyone understands what I’m making an attempt to say. Of course, Ajay sir acquired the complete context. I guess he acquired a totally different interpretation of the complete factor. But that’s honest sufficient. It’s okay. But then, yeah, I additionally needed to make a level. And the level being that what, it simply really struck to me that, you understand, it isn’t that it was an ego agenda. See if I needed to impress or if I needed to be smug, I would have been smug from the very first tweet. I did not have to attend for my third one. But what would have occurred if I tweeted in Kannada. It was a line, which is a very sincere one which I assume even he revered, and we let we let go of that complete topic, as a result of it was achieved. Then the extensions, no matter was occurring, had been very political. We, neither him nor me, had been concerned in that. Neither did we panic nor had been we fearful, nothing. I assume we had been ourselves. Because there was nothing for us to say, it was simply between me and him and it was over.