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South Indian Actor Kicha Sudeep Said Hindi Is No Longer The National Language

Kannada star Kiccha Sudeep has given a controversial statement regarding the Hindi language. He said in an event that Hindi is no longer the national language. Bollywood is struggling to make Pan India films, while the South industry has already been successful. Actually, he has given this statement on the success of KGF-2. Released on April 14, the film is breaking all the records of earnings at the Hindi box office including South. The film has earned more than Rs 300 crore in the Hindi belt in 11 days.

A video of Sudeep is going viral in social media. In this video a person told him that a pan India film was made in Kannada. To this Sudeep said, I want to do correction. Hindi is no longer the national language. Bollywood is now making Pan India films. Those people are struggling for success by dubbing movies in Tamil and Telugu. Still he is unable to succeed. But, today we are making such films, which are being seen and appreciated everywhere.

Apart from South, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films are also well-liked in the Hindi belt. Along with this, these films also stay ahead of Bollywood in terms of earnings. Before KGF, films like RRR, Pushpa and Valimai did good business in the Hindi belt.

Taran Adarsh ​​shared the post and said that the Hindi version of KGF-2 has earned Rs 22.68 crore in India on the fourth day of the second week i.e. on the 11th day. Earlier, the Hindi version of the film had earned 18.25 crores on the third day of the second week, 11.56 crores on the second day and 13.58 crores on the first day. At the same time, this version of the film did a business of Rs 255.05 crore in the first week. Accordingly, the Hindi version of the film has so far earned a total of Rs 321.12 crore in 11 days.

With this, KGF-2 has also become the fastest film to cross the 300 crore mark in Hindi. Before KGF-2 PK (2014), Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015), Sultan (2016), Dangal (2016), Tiger Zinda Hai (2017), Padmavat (2018), Sanju (2018) and War (2019) 300 Crore Club are included in. Taran hopes that after ‘Baahubali 2’, KGF-2 will also become the first film to cross the 500 crore mark in Hindi.

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