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Ayushmann Khurrana’s “Anek” Brings Back The Hindi Language Debate In India

Ayushmann Khurrana’s “Anek” Brings Back The Hindi Language Debate In India

Ayushmann Khurrana's "Anek" Brings Back The Hindi Language Debate In India
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A few days back we saw a heated Twitter debate between Ajay Devgn and Kiccha Sudeep over Hindi no longer being the national language of India and now when Ayushmann Khurrana launched the trailer of his next political action thriller “Anek” that somehow has jumped into the ongoing debate.

A particular scene in the trailer shows Ayushmann Khurrana conversing with a man who belongs to Telangana. Khurrana asks him why he thinks of him as a North Indian. When the man says that it is because his Hindi is clean, so Ayushmann replies, “So Hindi decides who is from the North and who is from South?”  When the man says no, Ayushmann says, “So, it’s not about Hindi, either!”

This conversation reminded some of the netizens about the debate that happened on Twitter a few days back.

 

Hard-hitting at its very core, the trailer of the political action thriller sees Ayushmann Khurrana step into the shoes of an undercover officer, a first in his career. Shot on a massive, big canvas scale, “Anek” filmed extensively in extraordinary locations in the North East, boasts of not just riveting content but also gripping action sequences.

“Anek” is a political action thriller about an Indian who will rise and make India win. The film is shot in extraordinary locations in the North East.

Starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Andrea Kevichusa in the lead, “Anek” is jointly produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series and Benaras Mediaworks. The film is all set to release only in cinemas on May 27th, 2002.

“Anek” also reminds us of “URI” with the scale of action sequences, and Khurrana’s character. While the young star has been part of riveting content in the past including “Vicky Donor,” “Andhadhun” which won him a National award, “Dum Laga Ke Haisha,” “Badhaai Ho,” “Bala,” and several others, it is for the very first time that the actor steps into the shoes of an undercover officer. If that wasn’t all, “Anek” also marks the second collaboration between filmmaker Anubhav Sinha and Khurrana who last worked together on “Article 15,” another film that was unanimously praised.

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