Kamal Haasan again spews venom against Hindi
Kamal Haasan again spews venom against Hindi

CHENNAI: The veteran actor of Tamil cinema and now a politician, Makkal Nidhi Mayim, ie MNM President Kamal Haasan has once again poisoned Hindi. Even before this, he has given controversial statements about Hindi many times. The South Superstar has described the Hindi language as a 'little baby in a diaper' compared to older languages like Tamil and Sanskrit. When asked a question about the politics of languages going on during a program at Loyola College, Chennai, Haasan said, 'In the family of languages, Hindi is the youngest language. It is a small baby in a diaper. We have to take care of it.'

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Hindi - Compared to Tamil, Sanskrit and Telugu, it is still the youngest language. ' Kamal Haasan said, "Hindi is a good language, but it should not be imposed." He said, 'I do not insult Hindi, but do not forcefully embrace it. For information, let us tell you that the game of politics on language started with a statement by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in which he says, 'One country, one language'.

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Even before this, Hassan had attacked Shah's statement, saying that no Shah, Sultan or Emperor could impose on us the Hindi language. Another veteran actor from South Rajinikanth also reacted to the statement of Amit Shah, who has made the Hindi language as a national language, saying that no southern state will adopt the Hindi language. He said that Hindi or any other language should not be forced on him.

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