This Article is From Apr 03, 2019

What Kapil Sharma Learnt From Public Feud With Sunil Grover

Kapil Sharma also talked about the alleged shoegate, which led to his fall out with Sunil Grover

What Kapil Sharma Learnt From Public Feud With Sunil Grover

A file photo of Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover from their show. (Image courtesy: Facebook)


  • "There was just a misunderstanding between us," said Kapil Sharma
  • Kapil said he likes Sunil Grover "a lot"
  • Kapil Sharma said one should share misunderstandings on social media

Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma, who had a widely talked about public spat with his former colleague Sunil Grover, says he likes him a lot. On Arbaaz Khan's chat show Pinch, Kapil opened up about the spat with Sunil. It grabbed headlines back in 2017. He said: "I like Sunil a lot...There was just a misunderstanding between us. Someone asked me that why I am not taking him in show and in a fit of rage I wrote on Twitter that I was ready to take him, it's he who doesn't want to come back on the show."

"I have learned a lot from that incident. If we have a misunderstanding, we should not share it on social media. If you are mad at somebody, just pick up the phone and message. Also this new trend of wishing birthday on Twitter is strange. If you don't do it, people think they do not get along well," added the actor.

Kapil also cleared the air about the buzz that he threw a shoe at Sunil.

"There were reports that Kapil threw a shoe at Sunil and he has problem with the team eating food before him... Do you think I am such kind of a person who will fight for this reason? I never accepted such a thing and not even Sunil mentioned about it anywhere... Then who is writing such articles?" asked Kapil.

Later, when Arbaaz Khan asked Kapil if he had a chance to block, follow and unfollow on Twitter amongst Sunil, Ali Asgar and Upassna Singh, Kapil quickly said that he wants to follow Sunil as he wants to find out "what is he doing these days."

He said he would block Ali Asgar and unfollow Upassna Singh.

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