Dear Comrade Should be Banned-Kannada People

Vijay Devarakond sacrifices Dear Comrade

Dear Comrade starring Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna has been released yesterday. The film receives mixed reviews from the audience. The film got better talk at A centers, while the B and C centers got average talk. Dear Comrade movie has been released in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada. Kannada film is being promoted on social media to ban the film in Karnataka.

The reason why this film is should be banned is that the film contains objectionable scenes or scenes that offend the moods of others. Kannada films are being promoted as a social media platform which is a disadvantage for the Kannada film industry as it is giving a higher priority to Telugu films than Karnataka. The social media platform is demanding that the Telugu version of Dear Comrade be banned.

Netizens have also criticized the Kannada film industry for promoting multi-lingual films. As part of an interview two days ago, Rashmika Mandanna commented that dubbing in Kannada is difficult. It is learned that Kannada linguists have complained to the Kannada Chamber of Commerce about these comments. It is also rumored that Rashmika may have targeted by the kannada people with the movie Dear Comrade.