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Ajay Devgn’s witty reply to “Hindi is no more our national language”

Speaking in the light of South films dubbed in Hindi for a nation wide release, Ajay Devgn took up the platform to put forth his views for the Kannada Superstar’s views of Hindi not being the national language in the most sophisticated manner.

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Twitter as an open platform for debates has never failed any individual, flooded with arguments and counter arguments it engages every person using it and B-Town celebs are no exception.

Kannada Super star Kichcha Sudeepa had post a tweet saying “Hindi is no more a national language.”

Speaking in the light of South films dubbed in Hindi for a nation wide release, Ajay Devgn took up the platform to put forth his views for the Kannada Superstar in Hindi in the most sophisticated manner, saying that;

 “Dear Brother, If according to you, Hindi isn’t the nation’s language then why do you dub films made in your native language in Hindi? Hindi has been is and will remain our mother tongue and national language. जन गण मन.”

Kichcha  spoke to his rebound explaining  “Hello sir.. the context to why i said tat line is entirely different to the way I guess it has reached you. Probably wil emphasis on why the statement was made when I see you in person. It wasn’t to hurt,Provoke or to start any debate. Why would i sir”

Ajay Devgn is undoubtedly one the most patriotic actor who makes and works in films that reflect our nations unheard stories and heroes. His upcoming thriller Runway 34 is based on one unheard such story, also starring Rakul Preet Singh and Amitabh Bachan. 

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