Vijay Deverakonda and Kannada beauty Rashmika Mandanna starrer Dear Comrade, has arrived at the theaters and is receiving positive response by the movie lovers and critics from everywhere.The hashtags like #BoycottDearComrade and #StopTeluguImposition are taking Twitter by storm after Kannada version of Dear Comrade got lesser screens than its Telugu version in Karnataka. Bharat Kamma’ directorial venture Dear Comrade is the latest non-Kannada movie which released in Kannada (dubbed version).
The comments posted protested against the makers and distributors of Dear Comrade by the netizens are as follows:
Abhi Nandan@Abhinandan248: Davanagere has 3 shows Telugu and 1 Kannada! What pathetic business stratdgy is this? Distributors aren’t bothered about more profits? Why haven’t they thought abt providing content in Kannada in a city like Davanagere?Or is it by plan? #BoycottDearComrade #StopTeluguImposition
Ganesh Chetan@ganeshchetan: There is a very organised racket in Karnataka which wants to fail dubbing of Telugu films in Kannada and impose Telugu on 6 crore Kannadigas. We will fight them. #BoycottDearComrade #StopTeluguImposition
Sava SD @Sava06822615: #StopTeluguImposition Whats the point in dubbing the movie and releasing it in original language. More shows should be given to Kannada version.I have not watched any Telugu movie in theatres, so wanted to watch this one in my language but it is not happening #boycottdearcomrade
Chandra Shekar T@tchandras: #BoycottDearComrade #StopTeluguImposition Kannada audiences were happy when heard a Telugu movie @DearComrade was getting simultaneously released n Kannada. But unfortunately #KFIKannadaDroha cartels have made sure that kannadigas don’t get that opportunity by minimizing KA versn
ಮಂಜು Manju@yenilla: This simultaneous release of Dear Comrade in Kannada is a joke. 8 shows in 5 theatres in entire Bengaluru. And 250+ shows in 65 theatres in Telugu. This will lead to a larger campaign and protests. #BoycottDearComrade #StopTeluguImposition