Vetrimaaran joins the ‘I don’t know Hindi’ t shirt trend with son; PHOTO goes viral

After Yuvan Shankar Raja, now critically acclaimed director Vetrimaaran has taken over the internet with his photo along with his son.
Vetrimaaran joins the ‘I don’t know Hindi’ t shirt trend with son; PHOTO goes viral
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For the last two days, photos of celebrities have been wearing t-shirt with message of the not imposing Hindi in Tamil Nadu. First, it was started by Shanthnu Bhagyaraj and his wife Kiki Shanthnu. Later, music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja took over the internet after he shared his photo with a similar message. Now, a photo of critically acclaimed director Vetrimaaran with his son has surfaced online. As soon as the photo surfaced online, it took the internet by storm.

In the photo, they both can be seen in the t-shirt with a message, “I am a Tamil Paesum Indian” (I am a Tamil speaking Indian). The whole trend started after BJP State Treasurer SR Sekar criticised actor Shanthnu and his wife Keerthi for wearing t-shirts that mentioned ‘I do not know Hindi’. As soon as this happened, several actors and other Kollywood personalities started posting their photos on Twitter with similar t-shirts.

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It should be noted that Vetrimaaran made the headlines recently after a piece of news about his bitter encounter in Delhi airport surfaced online. Apparently, the director was humiliated in the airport for not knowing Hindi. He was on his way to collect his National Award for the film Aadukalam when the incident happened. On the work front, Vetrimaaran’s next directorial venture is Vaadivasal which has Suriya as the lead actor.

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Anonymous 4 months ago

Gujarat highcourt is ignorant, they sat, hindi is not at an Indian language. Hopefully the bench of judges will be thrown elsewhere in the country soon.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, English, etc are all languages which is one's wish to learn or not. BJP trying to impose Hindi by making it compulsory is not fair. When the same director was humiliated at the airport, no one wanted support this Indian director but only Hindi is still spoken here. We are all Indians, so it is not far to impose any language to any person. Thanks a million, Jai Ho

Anonymous 4 months ago

Why hatred towards Hindi? It is nothing but politics

Anonymous 4 months ago

Mangloo

Anonymous 4 months ago

With a face like that nobody will initiate conversation in Hindi with you anyway.....lolwa

Anonymous 4 months ago

Oh mr.handsome,

Anonymous 4 months ago

Stupid madrasis . Let them slurp on their rasam sambhar with both hands .

Anonymous 4 months ago

shows you ignorance and lack of culture. A south Indian has more class in his little finger than a NI has in his whole being.

Anonymous 4 months ago

In which time zone are you living

Anonymous 4 months ago

In which time zone are you living

Anonymous 4 months ago

In which time zone are you living

Anonymous 4 months ago

You stupid cheap person ,go to hell

Anonymous 4 months ago

Ise ajrejo ne paida Kiya tha Kya ?? Must leave India if you disrespect Hindi !!! India is known for Hindi and hindispeakers .period.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Please get lost to Pakistan and take your Pakistani language Hindi with you.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Plz stop selling paani poori in Tamilnadu

Anonymous 4 months ago

I will learn any language... U don't have rights to impose any language...

Anonymous 4 months ago

When I was in school we learnt three languages, hindi, english and regional language. Kids are smart to learn multiple languages, I don't get this hatred towards hindi and love for english. It's just easy to communicate when people move across India and everyone doesn't speak english, little bit of hindi is good enough.

Anonymous 4 months ago

As a South Indian total support, don’t force Hindi on us

Anonymous 4 months ago

but writing partially in English, language of colonization- doesn't compute.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Tamil too is an ancient language. its importance or power will not reduce if they learn a new language Hindi which is equally great . Lets ask them - If not Hindi what should be the binding language of entire India .

Anonymous 4 months ago

It's the language you're writing in.

Anonymous 4 months ago

English

Anonymous 4 months ago

If the real intention is only to bind, why not English , we can bind not only with entire india but the entire world, learn tamil likewise my friend

Anonymous 4 months ago

Why should we learn hindi for binding india. Let's learn English for the same. Otherwise make tamil compulsory for hindi speaking state for the sake of binding.

Anonymous 4 months ago

They would say" Tamil"

Anonymous 4 months ago

India is a land of many languages. Every North Indian should learn at least one Dravidian language. Every south Indian should learn at least one Aryan language. That will really unite India.

Anonymous 4 months ago

It's not language, it's culture and spirit which unites a country. Hindi and Tamil are equal. Neither is greater or lesser.

Anonymous 4 months ago

Rashmika Mandanna