Govinda on Krushna Abhishek: Washing dirty linen in public is an indication of insecurity

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi

November 22, 2020 5:42:09 PM





Govinda, Krishna Abhishek, Govinda Krishna AbhishekGovinda said that Krishna Abhishek and his wife Kashmirira Shah have often issued derogatory statements against her. (Photo: Govinda / Instagram and Krishna Abhishek / Instagram)

Actor Govinda has opened up about a controversy related to his appearance in an episode of The Kapil Sharma Show, in which his nephew and comedian Krishna Abhishek decided not to appear.

Talking about his refusal to share the stage with Govinda on The Kapil Sharma Show, Krishna first told Spotboy, “I refused to do the episode featuring my maternal uncle Govinda, as we have some differences.” , And I didn’t want to in any way. Our issues to influence the show. You need to work in a warm friendly environment for comedy to be effective. Laughter can only arise between good relationships. “

In a detailed statement on Sunday, Govinda said that Krishna’s statement contained defamatory remarks and was issued with “little consideration”. He denied Krishna’s allegation that he did not go to see that his twin children were wrong. The actor said that he went to see the twins in the hospital.

He said that he has been the target of Krishna Abhishek and his wife Kashmirira Shah, who have often issued derogatory statements against him.

“I do not understand why this slander is being done repetitively and what is it that they are gaining from that. My relationship with Krishna was very strong from the time he was a young child. My adorableness was unique to him and my family and industry people are witness to him. I believe that washing dirty linen in public is a sign of insecurity and allows outsiders to take advantage of family misunderstandings.

Govinda also said that from now on, he will maintain a “beautiful distance”. The actor concluded by stating that he was, according to him, the wrong person.

Read Govinda’s full statement below:

I am completely saddened to release this media statement, but I firmly believe that it is high time that the truth should be revealed.

I read the news on the front page of a leading daily about my nephew Krishna Abhishek, who was not performing in a popular television show because I was invited there as a guest. He chose to opt-out due to having some reservations. He later went ahead and spoke of his confidence in our relationship in the media. The statement contained defamatory comments and was issued with only a little thought. It was a snowball effect because it was voyeuristic in nature.

It was wrongly alleged by Krishna that I did not go to see their twins. I went to see my twins in the hospital with my family and met the doctor (Doctor Awasthi) and the nurse. However, the nurse told me that the children’s mother – Kashmirira Shah, never wanted any family member to come and see the surrogate children. Upon further insistence, we were made to watch children from long distances. We returned with a heavy heart, however, I feel strongly that Krishna is not aware of this incident. One can feel free to connect with a doctor and nurse and know the truth. Krishna also came to our house with children and Aarti Singh, who he has forgotten to mention in the statement.

Be it Krishna or Kashmirira – I am often a scapegoat of derogatory comments and statements against him – most of them in the media and some of the shows and performances that they do. I do not understand why this infamy is being repeated and what is it that they are gaining from that. My relationship with Krishna was very strong from the time he was a young child. My adorableness was unique to him and my family and industry people are witness to him. I firmly believe that washing dirty linen in public is a sign of insecurity and allows outsiders to exploit family misunderstandings.

Through this statement, I would like to mention that I will keep a beautiful distance going forward. And since I’m mentioned in media reports, I’m very bad – I urge those who dislike me to do so. Every family has misunderstandings and problems – but discussing them in the media can cause irreparable damage and, I dislike it – in fact I am very sad to clarify this through the media. I am probably the wrong person, but if so – then so be it. My mother always taught me ‘do goodness and put in the river’ Govinda.

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