A few days ago, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn reacted to South superstar Kiccha Sudeep's controversial statement about the Hindi language. Ajay Devgan said that the Hindi language is and will remain the national language. Since then, from Bollywood to the South industry, there has been a war of words over the Hindi language. Many celebs have also given their opinion on this. Even there was a lot of talk about Bollywood vs. South cinema. PM Narendra Modi has also given his reaction to it. Welcoming his statement, Kiccha Sudeep has said that his motive was not to promote any fight.
Kiccha Sudeep reacted: While talking to the media, Kiccha Sudeep had said, "My motive was not to promote any kind of fight or I was not promoting any debate. It just happened, without any agenda. That was my opinion that I put it. Raised his voice at him. For me it's a matter of great pride that has come lines from our Prime Minister. Anyone who respects and respects their language, everyone is proud of the PM speaking in this way." Kiccha Sudeep also spoke about the war of words with Ajay Devgan on Twitter. He said he wasn't trying to let anyone down. I have every right to have my opinion and that too when it comes to certain things.
PM Modi has said in a conference that giving priority to local languages in the National Education Policy is a reflection of our commitment to all regional languages. The BJP considers Indian languages as the soul of Indianness and the link to a better future for the country. I was particularly interested in mentioning this because in recent times i have also tried to create new controversies based on language. We have to constantly alert the people of the country about it.