#BoycottDearComrade Trending on Twitter, Furious Kannadigas Not Happy With More Telugu Shows

Vijay Devarakonda’s film Dear Comrade was released on 26th July (Yesterday) getting an enormous response. The romantic Telugu drama movie was dubbed in three languages Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam directed by Bharat Kamma. The film Kirik Party’s Sanvi (Rashmika Mandanna) who is also part of Dear Comrade has played a major role partnering with Vijay. However, the film is now getting into trouble as the Kannadigas in Karnataka has protested the movie to be unethical.

Dear Comrade Lands into trouble

The film hitting the treaters on Saturday was opposed by the people of Karnataka as the film was screened in Telugu versions in most of its theaters, despite having the Kannada version. The #BoycottDearComrade has been trending in Twitter protesting against the film and asking for a boycotted in the state.


The Kannada version of the movie, which has hit the screens yesterday, has been released in lesser number of screens than its Telugu version in the state. Now, many people have criticized the makers and the distributors, accusing them that they have imposed Telugu on them and neglected 6 crores Kannadigas.