Find out what Krushna Abhishek has to say upon Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover brawl

05 May 2017, 01:25 PM
Find out what Krushna Abhishek has to say upon Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover brawl (Img Source: Twitter)
Find out what Krushna Abhishek has to say upon Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover brawl (Img Source: Twitter)

The recent mid-air spat between Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover has created much of a buzz among the gossipmonggers. Many celebrities had shared their piece of verdicts on the tiff.

Now comedian Krushna Abhishek has opened up about the incident, says that it is natural as people go through lots of ups and downs in friendship.

The comedian had earlier spoken about the controversy, stated that friends do fight. He also asserted that people are just making a big deal out of the entire scenario given that Kapil is doing well in his profession.

"That's their personal matter. They're friends, so fights happen in friendships. Kapil had held together the team for four years. You should see that too. They've been working for so long...Not everyone can handle people, so sometimes there are fights," Krushna told reporters.

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Interestingly, Krushna's reaction has come as a surprise for many given that he too happens to one of Kapil's arch rival. In fact, the two comedians too sparked a controversy post Kapil's fallout with Colors channel.

The actor was at the launch of his new reality TV show "India Banega Manch". The show is about street talent, participants are given a limited time to attract as many people as they can with their skills.

The format of the show allured the comedian which involves "no judges, no sets, no votes" and the winning performances is purely decided by the live audiences themselves.

He will be hosting the show alongwith TV actress Mona Singh.

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When asked about her chemistry with Mona, Krushna replied, "It is very important to have an understanding with your co-host. If you bring someone like me on stage, chances are he may get into the trap of one-upmanship. Hence, you need positive people. Mona and I both entertained each other, supported each other, so it was a fantastic experience."

The show is set to air on Colors from May 7.

(With inputs from PTI)

First Published: Friday, May 05, 2017 12:45 PM
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