Former Karnataka Chief Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) leader HD Kumaraswamy in response to the Twitter spat between Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn and Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeepa over the use of Hindi language said "The actor Ajay Devgn is not only hyper in nature but also shows his ludicrous behavior."
"Actor @KicchaSudeep saying that Hindi is not a national language is right," HD Kumaraswamy posted on Twitter. There isn't anything wrong with his comment. Not only is actor @ajaydevgn hyper, but he also displays absurd behaviour.
He stated Devgan is blabbering as a spokesperson for the BJP's Hindi nationalism agenda, and he blasted the central government for engaging in linguistic politics. "Hindi-based political parties at the Centre have been attempting to eradicate regional languages since the beginning." "The BJP is continuing the Congress's practise of surprising regional languages," he said in tweet..
In multiple tweet, Kumaraswamy added, "Ajaya Devgan's blabbered as a megaphone of BJP's Hindi Nationalism of one nation, one tax, one language, and one government." He said that just because a big number of people speak Hindi does not mean it is the national language. He went on to say that Ajay Devgan must realise that Kannada cinema is outgrowing the Hindi film business.
"Just because a huge number of people speak Hindi does not make it a national language." From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, only nine states have Hindi as a second, third, or fourth language. What is the truth in Ajay Devgan's comment in this situation? In another tweet, he inquired, "What do you mean by not dubbing?"
"Devgan must realise that Kannada cinema is catching up to Hindi movies. Hindi film has flourished as a result of Kannadigas' encouragement. "Don't forget that Ajay Devgan's first film, 'Phool aur Kaante,' ran for a year in Bengaluru," he continued on Twitter.