Govinda broke his silence after Krishna apologized and said, ‘I went to see her children but ..’

Author: Yuvi June 10, 2022

Govinda breaks silence on Krushna Abhishek apology, says 'I went to see his kids four times but...'


New Delhi: The rift between actor and comedian Krishna Abhishek and past actor Govinda and his wife Sunita Ahuja has been in the public eye for years. It all started in 2016, with several reports claiming that there was a rift in their relationship. Then, in 2018, Sunita was angered by Krushna’s wife Kashmera Shah’s tweet about ‘dancers for money’. Sunita felt that the post would defeat Govinda. After this incident, Krishna and Govinda often talked about their relationship on various platforms.

Also, Sunita and Kashmera Shah have dug into each other in numerous interviews and media contacts.

Recently, Govinda appeared on Manish Paul’s podcast, where he once again opened up about his relationship with his son – in – law Krishna. According to the Indian Express, Govinda said, “He thought and speculated that something was wrong with me in his life.”

When Manish said that Krishnan really apologized when he talked about Govinda, he said, “Then let’s see love from the camera too. He’s a well – grown guy, it shows. But he needs to know that he exists. Used by writers, there is a limit to what can be used.”

Govinda said he was surprised to see Krishna apologizing in public, but did not approach him personally. The ‘Hero No. 1’ actor addressed Krushna directly as ‘good boy’. Keep working hard, have no problems, relax, may God bless you, he said.

Govinda added, “Krishna said in interviews that he did not come to see his newborn baby in the hospital and was told that despite actually going four times, he could not meet the baby. Only as a precautionary measure.”

Govinda’s response comes almost a month after Krishna Manish appeared on the podcast. During the conversation, Krishna was asked about the enmity between him and his uncle Govindan and the reason behind it. He replied, “If I say anything to the media, they cut and paste it on their social media. Chi Chi Mama I miss you, I love you so much. Please do not pay attention to what you read in the newspaper. I hear on social media. What I missed the most.” , I want my kids to play with my mom. I know she misses me. I know that. “

Krushna, who is an actor in ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, often jokes about her quarrel with Govinda on the show.

Earlier this year, in an episode of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ featuring Raveena Tandon and Farah Khan, Krushna expressed her desire to resolve the issue between her and Govinda. Raveena and Govinda starrer ‘Pade Mian Chot Mian’ was given a different name. The actor said that he likes his ‘Pade Mian Pade Mian’ movie to which Raveena responded by taking the right name. Responding to this, Krishna said that he was only ‘Chote Mian’ Pade Mian. He added, “Maine jo kuch b sikka hai anhi se sikka hi. Nahi. “

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