“Happy to see South Indian films in the North” – Kicha Sudeep sharing his experience

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Actor Kicha Sudeep has said that ‘hardships and obstacles have made me strong’.

Kichha Sudeep is known to the screen fans with the film ‘Naan E’. He is currently acting in the Pan India film ‘Vikrant Rona’. Directed by Anup Bhandari, the film stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari, Neeta Ashok and others.

Based on the fantasy action adventure genre, this film has been released in 3D in Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu languages. The film is releasing on 28th.

Speaking about the film, actor Sudeep said, “I entered cinema only because I wanted to become a director. But I became an actor. I have directed six films. I am proud that my film journey was not easy. If you ask me what I remember from my journey, I would say my struggles. Good things. “I don’t always teach anything. I learn from my mistakes. That’s how I learned. Difficulties and obstacles made me stronger.”

Also, talking about the language barriers that have been removed through films across the country, he said, “You can now sit in UP and Punjab and watch Kannada and Telugu films. Glad to see restrictions and language barriers are gone in India.

Films in the South are currently being released in theaters in the North. Whenever I go to Delhi, Goa, Mumbai, Jaipur, people recognize me and say this is the hero of ‘Bajirao’ because my film ‘Kempe Gowda’ was dubbed in Hindi as Bajirao. They only knew us as satellite stars as our films were aired only on TV. But now that has changed.

If you go to Punjab they know Punjabi films and Hindi films. Similarly in West Bengal Bengali films and Hindi films are familiar to them. Because Hindi was universal. But they don’t know about South Indian films as our films don’t run in theatres. As Thai and Korean series come out, so do our films. This is a change of almost 15 years,” he said.

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