Karan Johar’s big statement on the comparison of the industry – Oscars and film festivals don’t matter to us

The language dispute that started with Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn and Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeep is not taking its name to end. Recently, in this debate, ‘Prithviraj’ actor Akshay Kumar gave his statement. Now Karan Johar and Varun Dhawan have also plunged into this language controversy. Karan at the trailer launch of his film ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo’ on Sunday. Johar has given a big statement on South and Hindi language films. At the same time, he has also said that the International Film Festival and Oscar do not matter to us.

Karan Johar’s statement on the language dispute
At the beginning of the trailer launch, Karan Johar insisted on stating that he is from the Hindi film industry and that his film is Hindi. Navbharat Times Online asked Karan Johar and Kiara whether there is any point in emphasizing on words like Hindi language and Hindi film industry on this occasion of trailer launch? Karan Johar and Varun Dhawan made a big deal on this. Karan Johar agreed that local language films are turning out to be blockbusters, whereas Bollywood films these days are not doing well at the box office.

Said this thing on Indian cinema
Karan Johar says, ‘Look, we can proudly say that we are a part of the Hindustani film industry, when South films like RRR, Pushpa and KGF have done amazing business, then we feel proud and we can proudly say That this is the cinema of India. Indian cinema. We want our film ‘Jug Jug Jio’ to also be included in the list of successful films.

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Oscars and film festivals don’t matter
After this, Karan said, ‘I have great faith in the power of cinema. We are working in the film industry i.e. in the same industry, there is no competition of any kind between us. We are moving forward together. If we keep competition among ourselves, then we will not be able to fulfill the need of entertainment. We have to become a collective unit. Going to a big film festival or winning an Oscar doesn’t matter to us. We want to keep growing as Indian cinema, this is the most important thing for us. I don’t feel any kind of competition for films made in different languages. If you guys remember, I had launched Rajamouli’s film ‘Bahubali’.