Siddharth, a well-known actor who has appeared in both South Indian and Hindi films, recently revealed some interesting details on Twitter. The actor said that the Hindi-speaking community referred to him as “Swara Bhasker of the South” on social media. Swara and Siddharth are two of the most outspoken actors, so this contrast is unsurprising.
He admitted on Twitter that he was pleased with the reference, saying, “South ka Swara Bhasker, as the Hindi-speaking junta calls me. Just to be clear, I’d be Swara from anywhere and at any time. She’s a beauty and a force to be reckoned with.”
Swara responded to Siddharth’s post by saying she was grateful for a voice like his. “She said,” she explained “You are India’s Siddharth, and we are eternally grateful! Also, hello there, Hottie! “After that, there are heart-eyed emoticons.
Many users praised the pair for their fearless approach to socio-political issues in response to the banter. As one person put it, “You’re both fantastic. Even in the toughest of times, there are always people who are willing to put their lives on the line to ensure that their and others’ voices are heard. It alleviates the anxiety we experience when we raise our voice.”
Siddharth, who rose to fame after starring in Rakesh Omprakash Mehra’s cult film ‘Rang De Basanti,’ was compared to the role he played in the film. According to one tweet, “Siddharth, you are a true national hero. With Rang de Basanti idealism, you’re also teaching people how to live and fight against the system in a realistic way.”