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Yash Speaks Out About North India’s “Yeh Udd Raha Hai Sab” Rejection of South Films & How SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali Changed Everything

South Indian films, whether they are in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, or Kannada, have been capturing audiences’ hearts and dominating the box office for the past couple of years. However, things weren’t always like this. Pan-Indian actor Yash, who has primarily worked in the Kannada film business, spoke candidly about how North India saw South films in a recent interview.
In India, Bollywood was regarded as the country’s leading film industry more than ten years ago, and the four southern film industries were up against stiff competition. Read on to learn all ‘Rocky Bhai’ had to say, from complaining that films from south India were unfairly represented in the North and made fun of two crediting RRR and Baahubali director SS Rajamouli for altering the perspective.
Yash recently opened out about how South Indian films were viewed in North India a decade ago and why many made fun of them at the India Today Conclave. The KGF actress reportedly stated, “10 years ago, dubbed films became very popular here,” as quoted by Hindustan Times (North India). They all started out, though, watching from different angles. South films used to be mocked. What is this motion, everything is flying? or “Yeh kya action hai, udd raha hai sab” were their questions.
The actor of “Santhu Straight Forward” credited RRR and Baahubali director SS Rajamouli for aiding in bringing about that transformation, saying, “People started becoming aware with our dubbed films. Long had it been pending. All praise is due to SS Rajamouli, sir. You need to work continuously if you have to break a rock. Baahubali provided the impetus. Yash concluded by saying, “KGF was done with another goal.” KGF was unique in that it aimed to inspire rather than terrify. Now that South films are being noticed, Films from the Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada industries have been dubbed in Hindi for a few decades now and are broadcast on TV networks in the north. These movies gained a cult following over time, which helped viewers become more interested in related fields.
With an India nett collection of 434.62 Cr., Yash’s KGF Chapter 2 is now the highest-grossing Indian movie of 2022 when it comes to the influence of South Indian movies in India. SS Rajamouli’s RRR, with 277 Cr India Net, follows in its footsteps.
Yash attributed this shift in public opinion regarding South Indian cinema. To S. S. Rajamouli, sir, is due credit. You need to work continuously if you have to break a rock. That prod came from Baahubali. KGF was created with a distinct purpose, he continued, adding that “Southern films are now receiving more attention.”
The highest-grossing Indian movie of 2022 is KGF Chapter 2 by Yash, followed by RRR by S. S. Rajamouli. Only four Bollywood movies made it into the top 10 highest-grossing Indian films of the year, the lowest number ever.

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