Kapil Sharma apologizes to a community for hurting their religious sentiments in The Kapil Sharma Show

Kapil Sharma has apologized to a particular community for allegedly hurting their sentiments in one of the episodes of The Kapil Sharma Show. Check out his tweet.
Kapil Sharma apologizes to a community for hurting their religious sentiments in The Kapil Sharma ShowKapil Sharma apologizes to a community for hurting their religious sentiments in The Kapil Sharma Show
  • 6
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • Share on whatsapp

Kapil Sharma has landed himself in trouble once again for one of his jokes which he cracked in an episode of The Kapil Sharma Show. The comedian-actor had mentioned the name of a religious deity of a particular community while cracking a joke in the episode that was aired on 28th March 2020. This did not go well with the members of the community who demanded an apology on the part of Kapil Sharma. Not only that but they also threatened to file a complaint against him.

The members of the community further said that they will boycott his show too. The comedian has now apologized to the aforesaid community through the medium of a tweet in which he mentions the particular episode which stirred the entire controversy. Kapil then apologizes on behalf of all his team members stating that they did not intend to hurt anybody. He signs off by wishing them and asking them to be happy, keep smiling, and be safe.

Check out Kapil Sharma’s tweet below:

This is not the first time that the comedian-actor has fallen into trouble because of his jokes and punch lines in The Kapil Sharma Show. Keeping these things aside, he is currently under home quarantine in Mumbai with the rest of his family members. Kapil Sharma and his wife Ginni Chatrath welcomed their first child Anayra on December 10, 2019. The Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon actor often gives a glimpse of the little girl on social media much to the excitement of the fans.

(ALSO READ: Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover fallout: From being friends to foes; Here's what went wrong between the actors)

This Day That Year
2019
2017
2016
2015
Anonymous 6 days ago

Comedy doesn't mean you can play with other people's religion.

Anonymous 7 days ago

Comedy that’s not comedy at all he just pull everyone/ everything even n people laugh like a pro huh it’s just a Beizzatti show jahan izzadaar Log kahkahey Lagate hanste hain

Anonymous 1 week ago

You actually mean Kapil offered apology, not sought, right?

Anonymous 1 week ago

Some people are so useless and jobless!! Nothing good to do so let’s file complaints!! Dam!! It’s a comedy show and just enjoy it!!

Anonymous 1 week ago

Unfortunately comedy is mostly offensive. Anyone would say they are offended. I never understood why people aren't offended when the poor people of their country are violated and not given equal share. When our government is looting us for billions of dollars. It's sad but true. When there will be a natural disaster, no one would be saved. Any religion, caste, race. Everyone would be wiped off.

Anonymous 1 week ago

But this is not good to make a fun of someone comedy show is just for making people laugh living in ethics and without hurting someone. If you can't make people laugh so please don't try to make them laugh by hurting their sentiments

Pinkvilla has updated its Privacy and Cookie policy. We use cookies to improve your experience on our site and show you Personalized advertisement.

Options

Pinkvilla has updated its Privacy and Cookie policy. We use cookies to improve your experience on our site and show you Personalized advertisement