Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover fight: Krushna Abhishek says 'fights' happen in friendship!

The much-publicised fight between comedy king Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover not only shocked the industry wallahs but broke a million hearts as well. The fans still can't get over the fact that the two ace comedians and once 'friends' are no longer working together.

By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: May 05, 2017, 11:35 AM IST
Kapil Sharma-Sunil Grover fight: Krushna Abhishek says 'fights' happen in friendship!

New Delhi: The much-publicised fight between comedy king Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover not only shocked the industry wallahs but broke a million hearts as well. The fans still can't get over the fact that the two ace comedians and once 'friends' are no longer working together.

After Sunil Grover's exit from 'The Kapil Sharma Show', a lot has been speculated about his next endeavour. Many tried to play the peacemaker between Kapil and Sunil but nothing really worked out.

Now, comedian-actor Krushna Abhishek, who hosted a show on rival channel recently spoke about the ugly spat between Kapil and Sunil. PTI quoted Krushna as saying, “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."

The actor was speaking at the launch of new Colors' reality show 'India Banega Manch', last evening. The show is shot on the streets and the participants are given a limited time to attract as many people as they can with their skills.

Krushna says he was instantly attracted to the show because of the format which involves "no judges, no sets, no votes" and the winning performance is purely decided by the live audience watching the act.

He will co-anchor the show with TV actress Mona Singh, and Krushna is thankful that his equation with her is fantastic.

"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 PTI inputs)