Deepak Kalal, naam toh suna hi hoga! His journey from one of the most embarrassing, wannabe social media stars to being known as Rakhi Sawant’s ‘once upon a time’ fake husband is simply unforgettable. Well, Kalal has often also been in the news for getting thrashed in public for a couple of times, and we don’t blame the people who did that. Well, moving onto his next controversy, it so happened that the Kashmir-based YouTuber got slapped by a woman amid a busy metro. Read on to know why!
In a clip that has surfaced on social media, we could see Deepak Kalal standing inside the crowded metro and, soon after some time, he is bothered by a woman for a selfie. Well, this didn’t go down well with Kalal, as he retaliated by yelling at the woman and saying that how can she take his picture without his consent. As per Kalal, he is a celebrity and the woman in question intruded his private space. Fir kya hona tha, that woman, along with a dozen of people present inside the train, got pissed with his rude behaviour and Deepak Kalal got a tight slap from that lady. Adding to Kalal’s horror, he was then pulled through his collar by a few men standing beside. OOPS!
Well, Deepak himself shared the clip on his social media and threatened the guys who took charge of him.
Check out the video below:
Meanwhile, Deepak Kalal had once mocked Rakhi Sawant’s marriage to Ritesh. In a conversation with SpotboyE, she lashed at out him by saying, “I am married to Ritesh and the world knows that. Wonder what's bothering Deepak. I consider him as a brother but I think something has gone wrong with him. At least, I am not obsessed with him. He and I had done a spoof that we are getting married and he is not even my ex, as it is being reported.”
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