Kapil Sharma, the renowned comedian of Indian television with a huge fan following on social media, has finally come clean on his infamous fight with fellow comedian Sunil Grover during a flight. Kapil Sharma, who had reported not only shouted but also called him his servant, points out that Grover was like his brother and that it was for the first time in five years that it happened.
Here is the official statement of Kapil Sharma in this regard:
“Hi.. good morning friends .. was celebrating my best time n suddenly I heard a news about me n sunil paji fighting.. first of all see where it is coming from.. what r the intentions behind this.. if I fought with him in the flight then who saw it n informed u.. is he trustworthy..?
Some people enjoy these kind of stuff.. we eat together .. we travel together.. I meet my brother once in a year.. n spending almost everyday with my team.. specially sunil .. I love him.. I respect him.. yes I had a argue with him.but r we not normal people..?I shouted at him first time in 5 years .. itna to chalta hai bhai. we will sit n talk that where is the problem..
I love him as an artist as a human being.. he is like my elder brother.. why so much negativity all the time.. I respect our media.. there r some other serious issues which we need to focus. Is me n sunil’s issue is so important n related with the security of my country ..?
We spend a lot of time together rather than our families .. n sometime it happens in family.. its our family matter.. we will sort this out.. zyada maze mat liya karoo. OK now m tired typing .. n one more thing..
I m going for the final schedule of Firangi. Hahahahaha.. sorry again promotion.. thank u so much for ur love n blessings… keep smiling n stay happy always :)) love u all”
Earlier, it was reported that Kapil Sharma thrashed Sunil Grover on the flight. Here is what he said:
“Tu hai kaun? Tera show flop gaya tha, tu mera naukar hai, tu Australia mein bhi jo show kiya khude se woh flop tha…” (Who are you? Your show was a flop, you are my servant, the show you did in Australia was also a flop).”