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I shouted at Sunil Grover for the first time in 5 years: Kapil Sharma

The actor replied to reports that he yelled at his The Kapil Sharma Show colleague on a flight back to India from Australia. 


Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma on Monday refuted reports of any fight with his co-actor Sunil Grover.

Sharma said that for the first time in five years he has shouted at Grover, adding that he loves, respects and treats him as "an elder brother". 

It was reported that during a flight from Australia to Mumbai, Sharma had physically assaulted Grover, known for essaying the role of Mashoor Gulati, a doctor, in The Kapil Sharma Show. 

The comedian on Monday took to Facebook to deny all rumours. 

"Was celebrating my best time and suddenly I heard a news about me and Sunil paji fighting," Sharma said in a post. 

"First of all see where it is coming from. What are the intentions behind this? If I fought with him in the flight then who saw it and informed you. Is he trustworthy? Some people enjoy these kind of stuff (sic)," Sharma posted on his Facebook page. 

The funnyman said that he and Grover eat and travel together. 

"I meet my brother once in a year and spending almost every day with my team, especially Sunil. I love him. I respect him," he added. 

Sharma said that he had an argument with Grover. "But are we not normal people? I shouted at him first time in five years. Itna to chalta hai bhai (this much is okay)," he added. 

Sharma said that they would sit and talk and sort out the matter. 

"I love him as an artist as a human being..He is like my elder brother.. why so much negativity all the time? " he said. 

He added that there are other serious issues in the country that need focus than his and Grover's problems. 

"We spend a lot of time together rather than (with) our families... and sometime it (fight) happens in family... its our family matter.. we will sort this out," he added.