Ajay Devgan says Film Industry is one

For the last 36 hours, we have all been hearing about the war of words between Bollywood star Ajay Devgan and Kannada actor Kiccha Sudeep. Here is what we know so far. At an event, Kiccha Sudeep had said that Hindi is no longer India’s national language. In reply to this comment, Ajay Devgan wrote on Twitter that Hindi was, is, and will always be our mother tongue and national language. He asked Sudeep why he dubs his films in Hindi and releases them. Jan Gan Mann. All this was written in Hindi by Ajay Devgan. This tweet acted as a spark and many well-known personalities started tweeting on this topic. Sudeep has clarified that the context of his statement was entirely different and he didn’t mean to hurt, provoke or start a debate. The row was put to rest after Ajay Devgan replied by saying that Kiccha Sudeep was a friend and he was thankful for clearing up the misunderstanding. Ajay Devgan also said that he thought of the film industry as one and that something might have been lost in translation. Twitterati trolled Ajay Devgan for his Hindi language tweet by saying that our National Anthem was in Bengali. For now, the matter has been settled and you can check out Ajay Devgan’s new film Runway 34 releasing on 29th April.