Sunil Grover reacts to fight with Kapil Sharma: 'Don't act like god, refrain from using foul language'
Kapil Sharma had apologised to Sunil Grover on Twitter for allegedly hurling abuses at him while in a drunken state.
It was earlier reported that comedians and colleagues Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover got into a brawl after Sharma abused and assaulted Grover in drunken state. Sharma later pushed out a Facebook post asking the media to focus on more important issues and that he will sort out issues with Grover like family.
However, Sharma went on to tweet his apology to Grover instead of as he put it, "sorting it out as family". Grover chose to respond on Twitter as well, through an elaborate post in which he minced no words. He advised Sharma not to consider himself 'God' and ensure that he does not consider the less successful or talented colleagues as inferior.
Paji @WhoSunilGrover sry if I hurt u unintentionally.u knw vry well how much I luv u. M also upset .love n regards always:)
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) March 20, 2017
Grover clarified that he entered into a tiff with Sharma only when the latter was hurling abuses at their colleagues, Ali Asgar and Kiku Sharda. It was then that Sharma also started abusing Grover until the cabin crew took control of the situation in the flight they were traveling together.
Grover also advised Sharma not to abuse the person who is correcting him. He also took potshots at the stardom Sharma has achieved. "Thank you for making me realize that it was your show and you have the power to throw out anybody, anytime," said Grover, referring to The Kapil Sharma Show, produced by Sharma.
While it was earlier reported that Grover may quit the show, there is no official word of confirmation from either Grover or Sharma yet. It appears that Sharma wants to reconcile with Grover and is in no mood to fire him from his team.
Sharma responded peacefully to Grover's tweet and said that he will visit his place in the evening to further resolve the matter for good. He said that he loves Grover even more now, given his confessions.
@WhoSunilGrover paji dil jitt liya tusi.. now I love u more n more n more .. hun bada mazaa aan wala a.. akal aan to baad.. I love u.
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) March 21, 2017
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