Jaan Kumar Sanu landed in an argument after his comment on the Marathi language throughout an episode of Bigg Boss 14. Now, his mom has stated that Maharashtra has given plenty of like to their household, and there’s no approach her son supposed to insult the state.
Within the episode aired on October 27, Jaan had requested fellow contestant Nikki Tamboli to keep away from speaking in Marathi, and stated: “Mereko chid hoti hai (it annoys me)”. Quickly, MNS chief Ameya Khopkar condemned the incident and demanded an apology from Jaan, who’s the son of playback star Kumar Sanu.
Jaan`s mom Rita Bhattacharya has issued an announcement saying: “I request everybody to please deal with this as a recreation and never connect their private agendas with it. When Jaan, Rahul Vaidya and Nikki have been collectively that point Nikki and Rahul have been speaking in Marathi which Jaan didn`t perceive that`s why he requested them to keep away from speaking in Marathi as a result of he thought they’re speaking about him. Please analyse the scenario after which come to a conclusion.”
“How can he insult the Marathi language? We’re staying in Maharashtra since so a few years, it`s been greater than 30 to 35 years now. Maharashtra has given a lot love and respect to his father (singer) Kumar Sanu ji. Such weird assumptions are inflicting plenty of pointless stress. The host of the present Salman Khan has clearly stated that sirf Hindi bhasha ka prayog kare (solely use Hindi language). The truth is, nobody stated something when individuals made nepotism feedback on him (her son). The place have been you at the moment? I knew Shri late Bal Thackeray ji and I do know Uddhav Thackeray ji very effectively. How can we insult Maharashtra? They’re household. Will you recognize if Jaan begins speaking in Bengali and for that matter, each contestant begins speaking of their state language? Please let him be, he’s a child, a toddler, don`t hassle him. We salute Maharashtra,” she added.
Earlier on Wednesday, makers of the present issued an announcement to apologise over the incident.
“We have now acquired objections concerning the reference to the Marathi language in the course of the episode broadcasted on October 27, 2020, on Colours channel. We have now taken notice of those objections and have taken corrective measures of eradicating the stated half from all future broadcasts of the episode,” stated Viacom18 Media, the dad or mum firm of Colours, which airs the present, in a letter addressed to Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray.
The letter additional reads: “We hereby apologise if we’ve inadvertently damage the sentiments of the individuals of Maharashtra because of the broadcast of the stated remark in relation to the Marathi language. We worth the viewers and the patronage of the Marathi talking viewers and respect all languages of India in the identical method.”