Kiccha Sudeep reveals journalist on how to correctly pronounce Kannada, asks her: ‘Hum kabhi bhi Hind bole hai?’

Actor Kiccha Sudeep schooled a journalist on how to effectively pronounce the term Kannada. In a online video shared on Twitter, Sudeep corrected the journalist stating that the proper word is Kannada and not ‘Kannad’. He also requested her if she has ever pronounced Hindi as Hind. In the clip, Sudeep reported, “Jaise Hindi, Hind nahi hota, waise Kannada, Kannad nahi hota hai. (Like Hindi, can not be Hind. Kannada also are not able to be turn out to be Kannad).” (Also Browse | Kiccha Sudeep responds to Ajay Devgn’s tweet on his Hindi remark)

Just after the girl advised her that she is understanding, he replied, “Aap seekho na, language choro, language ka naam toh sahi rakkho na. Aap Tamil sahi bolte ho, Telugu sahi bolte ho, jab Kannada ki baat aati hai toh Kannad boldete ho aap (Overlook the language, at minimum know the right identify of the language. You pronounce the names of Tamil and Telugu effectively but when it will come to Kannada, you say Kannad).”

He ongoing, “Kannad nahi hai, Kannada hai. Hum kabhi bhi Hind bole hai? Nahi na? Hindi hi bolte hai na? Shudhh Hindi mein bolte hai na Hindi. Kannada language seekhna choro aap woh ek alag kahani hai, aap check out karo lekin Kannada, hann (It really is not Kannad, it is really Kannada. Did we ever say Hind? No, proper? We say Hindi? We pronounce it correctly, correct? Forget studying the Kannada language that’s a distinctive tale, you can consider but it truly is Kannada).”

This arrives a handful of months soon after Sudeep had said at an function, “You reported that a pan India film was made in Kannada. I’d like to make a compact correction. Hindi is no a lot more a national language. They (Bollywood) are performing pan-India films nowadays. They are battling (to come across achievements) by dubbing in Telugu and Tamil, but it is not happening. Currently we are creating films that are likely all over the place.” He was speaking in the context of films these as RRR and KGF Chapter 2.

His comment gave increase to an online tussle with actor Ajay Devgn who claimed, “My brother, if according to you Hindi is not our countrywide language then why do you release your films in your mom tongue by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and normally will be our mom tongue and nationwide language. Jan Gan Gentleman.”

Reacting to the remark, Sudeep mentioned that his remark ‘wasn’t to harm, provoke or to start out any debate’. A element of his tweet also go through, “I adore and regard every single language of our place sir. I would want this matter to relaxation. As I mentioned the line in a entirely different context.” Ajay replied, “You are a mate. thanks for clearing up the misunderstanding. I have always imagined of the film marketplace as one particular. We respect all languages and we hope everybody to regard our language as properly. Maybe, a thing was dropped in translation.”

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