Salman Khan Asked – Why Do Hindi Films Not Play In The South?

South’s superstar Yash is in discussion these days about his upcoming film ‘KGF-2’. Recently, in an interview, Salman Khan had asked a question that why Hindi films do not play in the South. Yash gave the answer to this question of Salman in his own style, which is now in the headlines. At the same time, KGF-2 has broken the advance booking record of ‘RRR’.

Talking about this question of Salman, Yash said that it is not so. According to him, even South films never got this kind of response. It started with playing the dubbed versions here and then the audience became familiar with the content they were creating and enjoyed watching it.

Yash further added that initially it started out as a joke for entertainment, because then no one gave much importance to this industry. He further added that now people have become very familiar with his storytelling style and his cinema and it has not happened overnight. This has happened for a few years and finally people have started understanding his content, expression, direction and everything. And then people got a direct chance to connect with ‘Bahubali’, SS Rajamouli sir, Prabhas and ‘KGF’.

Rocky Bhai Yash of ‘KGF’ said that there are many differences in our culture and it should become our strength rather than our weakness. According to him, it’s all about relatability. He also pointed out that there are a lot of North films which are massive hits. He has seen a lot of movies of Hindi stars and he is very much liked by all. However, now the makers of Hindi films have also entered the South.

Yash feels that instead of just releasing a film, other aspects like good content, good production house and distribution should also be considered. According to Yash, the makers should find producers who can sell the film and understand the situation where the film is released across India and they hope to do so soon.

Let us tell you that the Hindi version of KGF-2 has also left behind SS Rajamouli’s RRR in terms of earning from advance booking before release. The Hindi version has already earned more than Rs 11 crore from advance booking 4 days before its release. At the same time, the Hindi version of ‘RRR’ was able to earn only 5 crores from advance booking before release. According to trade analysts, the Hindi version of KGF-2 will earn more than Rs 20 crore from advance bookings before release in North India only.

Apart from Yash, Sanjay Dutt, Srinidhi Shetty, Prakash Raj and Raveena Tandon will also be seen playing important roles in this film, directed by Prashanth Neel. The film will be released in theaters on 14 April 2022 in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam languages.

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