Varun Dhawan BRUTALLY TROLLED For Pronouncing ‘Kannada’ Wrong; Angry Netizen Says ‘He Is An Insult To Bollywood’-Read Comments

Varun Dhawan gets brutally trolled for mispronouncing Kannada at a recent event

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Varun Dhawan BRUTALLY TROLLED For Pronouncing ‘Kannada’ Wrong; Angry Netizen Says ‘He Is An Insult To Bollywood’-Read Comments
Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan is receiving severe backlash on social media after he mispronounced Kannada at a recent event. The Student Of The Year actor, who made his Pan India debut with ‘Bhediya,’ recently joined celebrities like Karan Johar, Pooja Hegde, Anurag Kashyap, Hemanth Rao, Dulquer Salman, and others in Galatta Plus organized ‘roundtable in true sense’ event. Even after Hemanth gave a long speech explaining about Kannada’s correct pronunciation, Varun mispronounced it and miffed netizens.

 A certain section of people is brutally trolling Dhawan saying he insulted South cinema. Slamming him, one Twitter user wrote, “What did he even do to deserve a seat in this interview.?” Another said, “He is such an insult to Bollywood. This is all I expected from him.” One angry user alleged Varun only cares about himself, and his career. The Twitter user added the actor “doesn’t respect other people’s work, and is just generally ignorant of anything that does not pertain to him.” ALSO READ: Varun Dhawan Gets BRUTALLY TROLLED For Winning ‘Best Actor Of The Decade’ Award At ITA Awards; Netizen Says ‘Sharam Nhi Ayi Tujhe’


At the event, Hemanth Rao explained, “When I came out for work opportunities 8-9 years ago, people used to say Kannad. And when I came back, people like myself, Rakshit, Rishab, Raj, and Prasanth simply wanted to make people say Kannada.” Hemanth even pointed out that blockbuster movies like KGF and Kantara have helped in scaling up the recognition of the Kannada industry.

After Rao’s speech, Varun spoke about how he hates the term regional cinema and while doing he mispronounced Kannada. The Judwaa 2 actor said, “I hate using the term regional cinema, but Kannad cinema, Tamil cinema, or Telugu cinema are now seeing so much limelight. But some of the biggest hits in Hindi, when my dad was making films in the 90s, were remakes of Tamil or Telugu films.”

Meanwhile, ‘Bhediya’ directed by Amar Kaushik was released in cinemas as Pan-India in Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil in 2D and 3D on 25th November 2022.



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