New Delhi: All is not well between television's favourite comedian Krushna Abhishek and Govinda. Their relationship has always been the talk of the town but now it seems that the wrangle between the two families have got murkier. In an interview, Govinda's wife Sunita Ahuja recently revealed that they have broken all ties with the comedian and his wife Kashmera Shah.
In an interview with Times of India, Sunita said, "Krushna’s claim to fame has always been the fact that he is Govinda’s bhanja. He has milked that enough. He has lived with us for years and we have always loved him. It’s a shame that they talk rubbish about us behind our back."
Sunita also revealed the reason behind their absence from the first birthday party of Krushna and Kashmira's twins. "Govinda and I were in London on that day (June 3), but that wasn’t the only reason why we didn’t attend the party. We were not invited for it and even if they had, we wouldn’t have gone," reports TOI.
"I have not seen his kids till date because of their parents’ misbehaviour. We have broken all ties with Krushna and Kashmera, and I swear I won’t initiate a patch-up this time around. I was a fool to do so two years ago. Govinda was right about them. It was my mistake that I thought that we should give them another chance," Sunita added further.
Krushna also lashed out his aunt Sunita and opened up about their relationship during an interview with Toi. He said, "If they feel that I have cashed in on his name to make a career, then mama has several nieces and nephews. Where are they? It’s appalling to see them even make such claims. Yes, there is no denying the fact that he has helped me on the personal front when I was young. He has even given me money. But I have made a career through sheer hard work."
"I feel bad, especially because I have always loved and respected them. I have stayed in their house for six years and Sunita mami has treated me like her own child. However, I am fine if things are not resolved now. They know what they mean to me and nothing can change that," he added.