It was yesterday that a video of standup comedian Kunal Kamra went viral on social media. The video had Kunal confronting celebrated journalist Arnab Goswami who is known for screaming at top of his voice while debating with guests on his show. More than the debate, it's Arnab's way of talking that grabs headlines. His line 'Nation Wants To Know' is pretty famous among meme makers. So Kunal Kamra and Arnab Goswami were on the same flight and the comedian decided to give Arnab a taste of his own medicine. In the video we see Kunal talking to Arnab in the same way he talks to others. Now, this has called for trouble for Kunal as four airlines have temporarily banned him from flying.
As per reports, Air India, SpiceJet, Go Air and Indigo have banned Kunal from flying on their planes. While Kunal and Arnab were passengers of Indigo flight, Kunal is pretty surprised to see the other three airplanes banning him when they were not even in the picture. Kunal has broken his silence on this by posting a statement on Twitter. He states that he exercised his freedom to speech while talking to Arnab and that he did not demonstrate any unruly behavior. Kunal also stated that no case has been filed against him and hence the action taken by airlines is surprising. check out his statement before:
*My statement on my flight bans* pic.twitter.com/qWT2OawSmx— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) January 29, 2020
I did this for my hero...— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) January 28, 2020
I did it for Rohit pic.twitter.com/aMSdiTanHo
Modiji can I walk yaan uspe bhi baan hai...— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) January 29, 2020
Kunal then made several tweets sarcastically taking a dig at the airlines banning him. In one of the tweets, he also mentioned that he had another encounter with Arnab Goswami while traveling back from Lucknow. He wrote,FYI - Arnab Goswami was in my
flight again this morning while returning from lucknow... I again asked him politely if he wants to have a honest discussion he with his verbal arrogant hand jester he asked me to move away & I did that..."
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