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- Jaaved Jaaferi spoke about the Ajay Devgn-Kiccha Sudeep dispute in Hindi
- He said that, like Ajay, he had the impression that Hindi was the Indian national language
- “There is no single language constitutionally. I looked at it,” he said
He said: “There is no single language in the constitution. I looked at it. I looked at the official Indian languages and the constitution does not give any language the status of a national language. I came across it. I even had the impression that Hindi is a national language. I have seen that the constitution does not give any language the status of a national language. “
The actor continued Indian Express that there are so many religions but no national religions, he added that India has a simulation of everything that no other country has.
The debate about the “national language” began after a Kannada actor spoke about Indian films and how Bollywood struggled with making and dubbing films in Telugu and Tamil. He said in relation to KGF: Chapter 2, a Kannada film that has become a hit with Hindi-speaking viewers. He added that Hindi is no longer the national language of the country.
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“You said the Pan-Indian film was made in Kannada. I would like to make a small correction. Hindi is no longer the national language. They (Bollywood) are making all-Indian films today. They are fighting (to succeed) dubbing in Telugu and Tamil, but that is not happening. Today, we make films that go everywhere, “he told a press conference.
Ajay replied Kiccha Sudeep on Twitter and wrote in Hindi: “My brother, if you think Hindi is not our national language, then why do you publish your films in your mother tongue by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue. and the national language. Jan Gan Man. “
India does not have a national language, but has two official languages, according to the union government – Hindi and English.