Ajay Devgn on leaving shoot of Kapil Sharma show: 'Left because he hadn't reached'
Ajay Devgn went to The Kapil Sharma Show's set to promote his forthcoming film Baadshaho which due to release on 1 September.
New Delhi: Actor Ajay Devgn on 29 August refuted claims that he walked out from the sets of The Kapil Sharma Show in anger, saying that he is not upset with Kapil Sharma and hasn't taken a vow to never return to the show.
There were talks that Ajay, who went to the show's set to promote his forthcoming project Baadshaho recently, left from there as Kapil didn't turn up for the shoot. Some reports said Kapil was partying till the wee hours and wasn't able to wake up on time to make it to the shoot.
Ajay admitted that he left the sets because Kapil hadn't arrived, but said he doesn't know the reason behind the comedian's absence from the shoot that day.
The actor said that Kapil has been dealing with health issues for quite some time now, but is not certain whether that was the reason behind his absence.
During his promotional visit to the capital on 29 August, Ajay cleared t air, and said that media is the reason behind most of the buzz around the story.
Asked whether Kapil has started thinking himself as a big star, Ajay said, "It's not like that. Many shows have got cancelled in the past. And he is not keeping well for quite sometime... I don't know what happened."
Ajay asserted he didn't leave the sets in anger. "We left because he hadn't reached... When I will talk to him next, I will get to know the reason," he said.
On being questioned about his alleged vow to not return on the show, Ajay quipped that it is created by the media. "Shah Rukh Khan has also not said anywhere that he will never come on the show, and neither have I. It (the statement) has been given by you guys (signalling at the media at the event)."
Ajay also said he has no complaints. "We are colleagues... Everyone is doing good work here. We will meet with love when we meet next." As far as holding a grudge is concerned, Ajay said he can't answer whether he is angry or not as he doesn't know the reason behind it.
The actor was in New Delhi with the whole cast of Baadshaho in connection with the promotion of the film which is slated to release on 1 September.
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