Kamal Haasan: Hindi language is a ‘little child in diapers’

Kamal Haasan: Hindi language is a ‘little child in diapers’
Kamal Haasan: Hindi language is a ‘little child in diapers’

After the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah’s comments which read, Hindi is the most spoken language in the country while reciting the “One Nation One Language” resolution, though few have praised him on his thought, it has sparked the controversy heavily across the Indian boundaries, south India, focusing.

Now, an actor turned politician has sarcastically commented on the Hindi language. The veteran actor turned politician is none other than the Kamal Haasan. He said that Hindi is a ‘little child in diapers’. He that on a comparative note with Sanskrit, Tamil, and Telugu, Hindi stands as the youngest languages in India.

Makkal Needhi Maiam party chief further added saying as he did make this comment out of the derision but with the compassion. It is our responsibility to take care of this language whereas, it shouldn’t be stuffed in throats out of force, Kamal Haasan said.

This marks as the linguistic response by Kamal Haasan after the Karnataka’s CM and Shah’s beloved politician Yediyurappa’s comments.