Bollywood's talented actor Ayushmann Khurrana's "Aanek" has been released today. And in an exclusive conversation with a famous website during the promotion of this film, Ayushmann Khurrana talked about the controversy over the Hindi language and said that "in our country, no one language can be placed above any other language. He added: "Because it's not that country. I think if we have liked the films of the South so much, given them bumper openings, it means that we are going ahead of the language and the states and watching films. They like their content. What our audience is, they have now become global audiences.''
He also said - "Along with the films of the South, Hollywood films are also doing very good business here. Recently, Spider-Man did an opening business of 30 crores. If the content of our film is good, then any language film can do good business here. Our country is multilingual, and different cultures are seen in our cities. So every language, culture and industry has to be respected by us.''
On the one hand, the films of the South are making a splash at the box office, on the other hand, talking about Bollywood films, then, except Kartik Aryans Bholaiya film and many films have flopped at the box office. Talking about it, Ayushmann said, "Our film should be seen like Article 15. Because that's the core of this film. It's not a commercial movie. It is a film, which people will have to use the mind along with the heart.''
Further, talking about this, Ayushmann said, "We have tried to show a very intriguing story in our film. We don't know many things about the North East. Through this film, people can be aware of this. They can get the right information. There are no songs in it, there is no masala comedy in it. If people like this topic, they will definitely enjoy the film.''