Shah Rukh Khan's 'Idli Vada' Joke On Ram Charan Backfires, SRK Faces Backlash.
Shah Rukh Khan's 'Idli Vada' Joke On Ram Charan Backfires, SRK Faces Backlash.

Shah Rukh Khan was spotted enjoying himself at the extravagant Ambani pre-wedding celebrations in Jamnagar, fully engaged in the festivities. When the trio of Khans, Shah Rukh, Aamir Khan, and Salman Khan took to the stage to groove to the popular RRR song “Naatu Naatu,” the crowd burst with excitement. However, what followed was not only disrespectful but also shed light on the general preconception within the Hindi film industry towards individuals from the South.

Shah Rukh Khan invited Telugu film star Ram Charan, known for his role in RRR, to join them on stage. In an attempt at humor, Shah Rukh uttered random phrases in Tamil, not Telugu, culminating with the term “idli Ram Charan.” This action sparked a backlash from South Indians, who felt insulted by the mockery.

Shah Rukh Khan’s South Connection

Shah Rukh Khan, despite his influential status and global recognition, has unfortunately played into this trend of mocking South Indians in his recent works. Films like “Ra One” and “Chennai Express” have depicted exaggerated and inaccurate portrayals of Tamilian characters, reinforcing harmful stereotypes.

Despite Shah Rukh Khan’s collaborations with talented directors and technicians from South India throughout his career, including Mani Ratnam, Kamal Haasan, and Atlee, his insensitive actions at the Ambani pre-wedding event have disappointed many of his South Indian fans. Shah Rukh Khan’s recent actions have angered South Indian fans, who now await his response amidst backlash while his PR team works to address the viral video fallout.

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