Prakash Raj’s ‘slapping’ scene from Suriya’s Jai Bhim sparks debate
A scene from actor Suriya’s latest film Jai Bhim, which was released on Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday, has sparked…
A scene from actor Suriya’s latest film Jai Bhim, which was released on Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday, has sparked a debate after the character played by actor Prakash Raj slaps another man. Critics who watched the film have pointed out that the character is slapped as he tries to cover his tracks by speaking in Hindi.
Prakash Raj is trending on Twitter after a scene from the movie ‘Jay Bhim’ started doing the rounds on the social media platform. The clip shows Prakash Raj’s character, a cop, slapping a man for ‘speaking in Hindi’. Raj asks the person to talk in Tamil.
Prakash Raj’s character character slaps a man for speaking in Hindi in the Tamil and Telugu versions of a film. But in the Hindi version, the man gets slapped for not speaking “the truth”.
What people are saying?
Rohit Jaiswal 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.
Rajasekar Hi, 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 and asks him to speak in Tamil.Tamil filmmakers are not against the language Hindi.