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Ranveer Singh Talks About Hindi-South Films Debate, Says 'Sab Apna Hi Hai Yaar'.

Ranveer Singh about South films

Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh is the latest to share his opinion on the on-going debate about the Bollywood-south cimema. Ranveer is all gearing up for release of 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' on 13 May 2022. Now, the actor breaks his silence and talks about the recent south films that acheived great success in the hindi belt.

In a recent conversation with Indiatoday, Ranveer Singh was asked if he would be interested in doing a regional cinema. Ranveer answered 'I am dying to do an English film, which is my second language. I work predominantly in Hindi, but I would love to do something in English. I cannot speak Tamil, Telugu or Malayalam but I would love to.'. He further added that 'I keep talking to my peers and my colleagues, and I keep asking them how they work in different languages. I did a movie with Pooja Hegde recently and I was trying to understand how to do it.'

We all know that Deepika Padukone is playing the female lead alongside Prabhas. Ranveer said 'Deepika Padukone right now is doing Nag Ashwin's film with Prabhas, which is in multiple languages. That is so exciting and I want to learn'.

Talking about the language debate that has started after the success of KGF Chapter 2, he said "I saw Pushpa, I don’t speak Telugu. I saw RRR, I don’t speak the language – but I was in awe absolutely of these films and of the craft. I can only say that I appreciate excellence in craft that the films have showcased and I’m very proud of how wonderfully well they’re doing and how they’ve been accepted by different kinds of audiences. It makes me very, very proud because I’ve never looked upon such films as others. Yeh toh sab apna hi hai, yaar, (they’re all our films, my friend); Indian cinema ek hai (Indian cinema is one)".

Ranveer also spoke about the south stars which have great following in the north too. I watched Dhanush, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan, Tarak (Jr NTR), Mahesh Babu, and I am a great admirer of their craft. Its not them and us. I look at it as one. He went on saying that his favourite filmmakers are the people who work in Chennai.

Earlier, at the time of release of RRR, director SS Rajamouli also said how he considers Indian cinema as one. We all remember how Baahubali has created new records and made Indian cinema proud. Celebrities from different languagues and parts of the nation have showered praises on it. Ranveer recalled the moment and said 'I am very proud that a film like Baahubali breaks the barrier.'

There are many pan-India films currently in shooting stage and will be released in multiple languages across the globe. Keeping all this aside, the movie goers have always welcomed the films which has good content irrespective of the language it is made and the makers or actors should remember to respect the audeince's time, money and intelligence.

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