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Former Cricketer says that Salman Khan’s song “Seeti Maar” is bad for South Indian culture.

Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, a former Indian cricketer, has criticized Bollywood star Salman Khan’s new song “YenTamma” from his upcoming film “Kissi Ka Bhai Kissi Ki Jaan.” He says that the song promotes offensive stereotypes and demeans South Indian culture.

Laxman used Twitter to say that he didn’t like the song, which has words in Telugu, a language that is mostly spoken in the state of Andhra Pradesh in South India. The former cricket player said that the song promoted stereotypes and made South Indians look bad.

The upbeat Telugu song has already been watched more than 100 million times on YouTube. Salman Khan and actress Disha Patani dance to it. But the lyrics and images have been called out for not showing enough respect for South Indian culture.

Since then, Badrinath’s tweet has gone viral, and many friends and South Indians have shown their support for his position. The former cricket player has asked Salman Khan and the people who made the movie to apologize for showing South Indians in a bad light.

People on social media are talking about how Bollywood movies need to be more sensitive to and aware of different cultures. Fans can’t wait to hear what Salman Khan and the people who made the movie have to say about the issue.