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Suniel Shetty: India is one, all languages are equal, and we all believe the same

The actor continued by saying that he doesn't pay attention to debates.

  • OTTplay Team

Last Updated: 03.11 AM, Jun 09, 2022

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Suniel Shetty: India is one, all languages are equal, and we all believe the same
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Suniel Shetty has stated that he has worked in a variety of Indian languages and feels all of them are equal.

The actor stated to ANI that for them, Indian cinema is Indian cinema, and it will always be that way, regardless of the languages used. Suniel has worked all over. He has worked in a variety of languages, including Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, and Hindi. For him, India is one, and all languages are equal, and they all play the same roles.

The comments were made in response to a question concerning the linguistic controversy. Ajay Devgn and Kiccha Sudeep had a Twitter spat in April over Hindi being the national language, and the Suniel Shetty star also stated that he is unconcerned about disputes.

The actor continued by saying that he doesn't pay attention to debates. Sensationalism should be avoided at all costs. He has participated in a celebrity cricket league in which ten states competed on the same platform. It makes no difference what language one speaks.

Meanwhile, Suniel is preparing to present a new show for young entrepreneurs called Horses Stable Junior, which will be hosted by Niti Aayog. This is a show similar to Shark Tank, and the entrepreneur show has been running for a few years.

Suniel said that Horses Stable Junior is a business finishing school for youngsters, an opportunity for bright minds to bring their ideas to life and transform them into a profitable business venture. The next Elon Musk and Bill Gates, in his opinion, should emerge from India.

Suniel also revealed how he began working with his father at an early age. The actor learned the importance and value of dal and roti at a young age, owing to his father, who got him engaged in his restaurant company when he was only 14 years old. Suniel believes they will produce a genius if they provide clear direction. Children's entrepreneurship is fantastic, and these youngsters will be guided along the correct route. 

The Dhadkan actor is quite excited, and he believes Indian minds are extremely talented.

On Horses Stable Junior, Suniel will also serve as a mentor.

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