The latest one to join this heap is Air India. As we told you Kapil Sharma was on board an Air India flight (AI 309) when the ugly spat between him and his team members took place. Kapil Sharma was flying with his troupe in business class of a Melbourne-Delhi flight on March 16.
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The report has been sought by AI chief Ashwani Lohani and the warning (the exact nature of which is not yet finalised) is likely to be issued this week.
Reportedly, the flight's cabin crew asked Kapil to calm down and be seated as other passengers, including an aged lady who was the only passenger in the business class not with the troupe, were getting disturbed. Sources said Kapil apologised to the crew and calmed down. However, after sometime he got up and started hurling abuses again. This time a pilot came out and sternly warned him. Sources add that after the pilot’s warning Kapil flew to India, sleeping most of the time.
A recap of the incidence which happened mid-air- The main reason for the fight was Chandan Prabhakar, the Chaiwallah of The Kapil Sharma Show. He got into an argument of sorts with Kapil back-stage in Sydney, which was their first halt on the Australian tour.
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Things got worse on the flight when Kapil (who was highly drunk) lost his cool and started abusing Chandan. That’s when Sunil intervened to handle Kapil and the rest, as they say, is history.
That’s not all, Kapil did not even spare Kiku Sharda, the lovable Palak and told him, “Maine banaya hai tujhe. Hai Kaun tu? Sirf Rs 10,000 per day ka artiste.”
Strangely, Kiku did not reply. He just put his head down and retired to his seat.
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As of now no communication has taken place between Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar or Chandan Prabhakar. Kapil’s show’s shoot was cancelled last week. Sony is trying its level best to bridge the gap but looks like all is going down the drain, may be The Kapil Sharma Show as well.
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