Kangana Ranaut, who is not too talkative, agreed on Thursday with the Telugu actor Mahesh BabuA statement that Bollywood cannot afford it. Kangana She was in the National Capital for the release of the second trailer for the upcoming action thriller Dakkad.
Mahesh has been busy promoting his movie Sarkaru Vari Pata. During an interview, the actor was asked about when to shoot a Hindi-language movie. He replied, “I don’t know if I would sound arrogant.” I have received a lot of offers from Hindi. But the simple thing is that I don’t think they can afford me. I can’t waste my time. The kind of respect I get here. The kind of stardom I get here. I never thought of leaving my field of work and going to another field.”
During the release of the trailer for Dhaakad, Kangana Ranaut was asked about the Telugu star’s comment and she immediately agreed, “You just unhone sahi kaha (He is absolutely right.) I agree with that.” She continued, “I know for a fact that he’s gotten a lot of offers from different filmmakers. His generation of actors made the Telugu film industry the premiere film industry in India. So, Bollywood definitely can’t afford it.”
Kangana also praised Bharat An Nino’s actor and the Telugu film industry.
He has shown respect towards his industry and no one can deny that. We can’t deny that the Telugu film industry did not get anything on a plate. In the past ten to fifteen years, they have worked hard and left the Tamil film industry behind. We can only learn from them, ”said the actor.
After his statement sparked controversy, Mahesh Babu explained that his statement was merely a reflection of his love for his own film industry. He said, “I have always wanted to do Telugu films. I have always wished Telugu films to do well across the country. I feel very strongly why we should go to another industry by leaving us behind. I am very happy our films are getting there (in North India). Our films are doing well. Well all India and my dream come true.”
Kangana Ranaut also gave her two years to discuss Hindi as the national language which came to prominence after Kiccha Sudeep and Ajay Devgn shared on Twitter. She said: There are many languages in this nation, and no language is inferior to another. Therefore, all languages must be respected equally.”
But the representative of Dhakad feels that people who move to different states should adapt to the culture of that particular state and also learn the language of the state. “When you go to another state, you should learn the language of that state. I moved to Mumbai from Himachal (Pradesh), so I learned Marathi. Likewise, anyone who comes to northern states should learn Hindi and respect the state’s culture. Kangana concluded: “We have to rise above all of these things.”