Ali Asgar has finally opened up on his differences with comedian Kapil Sharma, his exit from 'The Kapil Sharma Show' and stated that the TKSS host will always remain his good friend. Asgar further stated that he left TKSS over creative and health issues, however, he also averred that he continues to share cordial terms with Kapil Sharma and wouldn't mind working with him in the future.
Ali had left TKSS after Kapil's alleged ugly spat with Sunil Grover and has now joined hands with Sharma's arch rival Krushna Abhishek for his new show 'The Drama Company'.
Talking about his equation with Kapil, Ali said "There are a lot of things which we can't discuss publicly. All I can say is that Kapil is, was and will always be my friend. Sometimes its nice to remain silent as it is not the right time to talk about certain issues and things might get worse if you talk about it. So I never felt of talking about it. If I was not here for The Drama Company launch this topic would have gone with me to my grave."
He even spoke about his exit from The Kapil Sharma Show and said, "Kapil has been my colleague for last four years and I am not giving any explanation with the intention to harm someone. It is just a creative difference that happened and as a professional I took the decision to leave TKSS and also informed the creative team. I told them as my contract is coming to an end, I don't want to renew it. Also I was not well by the time I felt better my contract got over. If I would have been lying, the channel would have never accepted my explanation. Kapil also felt it was justified. And I never felt of giving an explanation to anyone as to why I left the show."
"I don't have any personal fight with Kapil Sharma and I would love to work with him again. I wish he offers me a lovely character one day," Ali added.
Interestingly, post Kapil-Sunil's fight, not just Ali but Sugandha Mishra and Chandan Prabhakar had walked out of the show.
While Chandan is back on TKSS, Sugandha will be seen on The Drama Company along with beau Sanket Bhosle and veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty.