The American actor and comedian, Hank Azariah, and stops the recording of the voice of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon in The Simpsons, due to the controversy surrounding the character. This tells us that the actor, in an interview with Slashfilm.
Accelerated processing unit (Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, is a recurring character in the popular animated television series, and is an Indian immigrant who is in a grocery store to run the show in the fictional town of Springfield. The character will be there for a long time were not clear of.
In 2017 brought out Hari Kondabolu’s documentary, The Problem with the Apu off. Therein, the witnesses, known to the Americans of Indian origin, that they are the characters stereotypical and the racism experienced.
In 2018, said Azariah in the U.s. talk show, Late Show, though, that he didn’t would like to stop the voice of the character, or to the producers of the show to have a look at the character in a different way, it would have to be filled in.
The 55-year-old actor said that it was the creator of the show, 20th Century Fox TELEVISION, together with the decision and, for now, the best solution is to find a full stop on the character.
The Simpsons is an American animated television series created by Matt Groening. The show has since its debut in 1989, it won many awards, including Emmy Awards and a Peabody Award.