Tv9 Exclusive: ‘We can’t keep one language ahead in our country’ – Ayushmann Khurrana on the war between Ajay Devgan and Sudeep over Hindi

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Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana is playing the role of an undercover cop in the film “Anek”. This actor, who talks on social issues through his films every time, has once again returned to the big screen with a serious issue.

Talented Actor of Bollywood Ayushman Khurana (Ayushmann Khurrana)’s film “Anek” is going to be released soon. During the promotion of this film, in a special conversation with Tv9 Bharatvarsh, Ayushmann Khurrana while talking about the controversy that broke out recently regarding the Hindi language said that “No one in our country puts one language over another. can be kept. Because this is not that country at all. I think if we have liked South films so much, given them bumper openings, it means that we are watching films going beyond language and states. Love their content. What our audience is, they have now become a global audience.”

Ayushmann Khurrana speak on doing good business of South films

Ayushmann Khurrana further said that here along with South films, Hollywood films are also doing very good business. Recently, Spider-Man did an opening business of 30 crores. If the connect of our film is good, then any language film can do good business here. Our country is multilingual, different cultures are seen in our cities. So we have to give respect to every single language, culture and industry.”

This film will be like article 15

On the one hand, South films are making a splash at the box office, while on the other hand, talking about Bollywood films, except Kartik Aaryan’s “Bhool Bhulaiyaa”, many recently released films have spread badly at the box office. Talking about this, Ayushmann said that “Our film should be seen as Article 15. Because that is the core of this film. This is not even a commercial film. This is such a film, watching which people have to use the heart as well as the brain.”

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Ayushmann Khurrana is coming up with a different story

Talking about this, Ayushmann further said that “We have tried to show a very complicated story in our film. We do not know many things about the North East. People can become aware about this through this film. They can get correct information. There are no songs in this, no masala comedy in this. If people like this subject, then they will definitely enjoy the film.” In this film, Ayushmann will be seen sharing the screen with Khurrana and Andrea Kevichsa.