“There will be subtitles to get used to it”

“There will be subtitles to get used to it”

The Family Man 2 Star Manoj Bajpyee Clarified Interview on Tamil-Hindi Ratio (Photo Credit – Instagram; IMDb)

It seems that The Buzz around The Family Man 2, starring The Man Man 2 Bajpayee and created by Raj & DK, doesn’t seem to be declining anytime soon. With the premiere of Season 2, the show opened its doors to double the inclusiveness and we welcomed Tamil actress Samantha Akkineni on board. Along with that, the parts he directed were in the language spoken by the people around him, notably Tamil. This released a lot of people and they complained about the same thing on the internet.

Manrik Bajpayee, still Srikant Tiwari, head of the NIA, who is marinating the glory of his show starring, joined Koimoi in an exclusive chat to celebrate his success. While he spoke lovingly about the show, the work and everything else, people also asked him about the complaints of the people who predominate in Tamil Hindi in the show. The actor said it’s not overwhelming, but people themselves aren’t used to it. Read everything you need to know about the same.

When asked about the Tamil Ratio in The Family Man 2, Manoj Bajpayee said: “They are not used to it. Zyada nhi hogaya hai (it was not an exaggeration). it’s not in The Family Man, it’s so fantastic. When you meet characters from other states, you try to understand them, you try to respect them, they try to come from a language that comes from their language and culture. “

Angelina Jolie introduced her ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller to Sons Knox and Pax. Is this the beginning of a new story?
Read More

He added that as The Family Man will always stick and take on the language of the landscape, he advised people to get used to the subtitles. Manoj Bajpayee said: “Once upon a time Family Man started last season with Kerala actors, and now this season you have Tamil Nadu actors. They have all done such a great job. After watching 10 minutes in the beginning, you get used to it and this is what you expect from every season. “So wherever we go, and wherever these people don’t know Hindi or English, you’ll hear them in their own language. But yes, there will be subtitles to get used to it.”

Be Updated with all the
Latest Entertainment News
Latest Lifestyle News
Latest Music News
Latest Movie News
Latest TV Shows Entertainment News
Latest Tech News

Join the discussion