New Delhi: Comedy or tragedy? Well, it has become tough to differentiate between the two lately. The latest controversy over Tanmay Bhat's 'insulting' videos is a fine example of this. You will be amazed to know that people from the comedy industry aren’t approving this act of the AIB member. Now, Indian actor Kiku Sharda has stepped forward to speak on this issue and, interestingly, even he isn’t pleased by Tanmay's derogatory videos.
As per BollywoodLife report, the 'The Kapil Sharma Show' star has said that Tanmany should apologise and end the matter here.
"There is a limit to everything. See it’s okay to do spoofs on a certain actors who you know will take it sportingly, like for example Chunky Pandey. Have you ever seen Lataji participating in something like this? Then why unnecessary? It’s been a long time, she is probably 75-80 years old now, a legend in our fraternity. Then I don’t understand why disrespect her on the basis of her looks etc?", the report quoted him as saying.
Interestingly, Kiku was in news some time back over mimicking spiritual leader Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh at an event.
It all started when the 28-year-old youtuber shared videos on social media where Tanmay was mocking Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar and musical genius Lata Mangeshkar.