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Prakash Raj slapping a man for ‘talking in Hindi’ in Jai Bhim creates debate on internet

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‘Jai Bhim’ has been written and directed by T.J. Gnanavel. Entertainer Suriya and his wife and co-star Jyotika have created the film under the 2D Entertainment standard. In light of a genuine occurrence from 1993, Jai Bhim follows Senggeni and Rajakannu, a couple from the Irular tribe.
A slapping scene highlighting entertainer Prakash Raj in the Tamil film ‘Jai Bhim’ has set off a huge discussion on Twitter. The film is about the battles of specific segments of individuals in an isolated society. Presently, the scene where Prakash Raj is shown slapping a Hindi-talking pawn intermediary, requesting that he talk in Tamil all things considered, has not gone down well with a part of the crowd, who took to Twitter to communicate their disappointment.
Prakash Raj and Suriya

Check out the Twitter response

One user tweeted, “I am really heartbroken after watching #JaiBhim, nothing against actor or anyone but felt really bad, there is a scene in the film where a person speaks Hindi and Prakash Raj slaps him and tells him to speak in Tamil. Honestly, this kind of scene was not needed. Hope they cut it.”

While one portion protested it, one more section called attention to that the cop’s person (played by Prakash Raj in the film) just asks the pawn representative’s person to talk in Tamil in view of the last’s endeavors to utilize language as an instrument to bring reality and his association in the wrongdoing.
“The scene is not against Hindi-speaking Indians. The particular character tries to get away by speaking in Hindi (so that Prakash Raj wouldn’t understand) and knowing this strategy, he slaps him and asks him to speak in Tamil. Tamil filmmakers are not against the Hindi language,” kept in touch with one film critics in light of the tweet by the user.
The discussion additionally saw certain individuals venting their anger at entertainer Prakash Raj, who played the personality of the cop.

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