Multilingual actor Prakash Raj, who came to limelight with Kannada movies in the initial stage of his career, has raised his voice against the dubbing culture. The actor has expressed his anger on the people, who are desperately waiting to start dubbing culture in Kannada.
Speaking in the public event at Mysore, Prakash Raj has said that dubbing is like an evil, which is being supported by a big mafia, and it is very sad for him to hear that it is all set to enter Kannada film industry. He also remembered the Golden era of Sandalwood under the guidance of Karnataka's cultural icon Dr Rajkumar.
Prakash Raj, who was addressing the gathering at Rangayana theatre, said, "It is very sad to know that dubbing culture is getting huge support inside Kannada film industry. There would have been a different scene if Rajkumar was alive. He used to raise his voice whenever he feels that there is a threat to Kannada language or film industry."
He also added, "The artists, technicians and many other people, who are earning their livelihood from Kannada movies will be affected if dubbing culture comes to Kannada. So, I strongly oppose dubbing culture entering into Sandalwood."
Prakash Raj also said that he is always there to raise his voice against the developments, which he finds to be a threat to Kannada film industry.