Govinda Makes Emotional Outburst On Krushna Abhishek And Kashmera, Calls Himself “Scapegoat Of Their Defamatory Comments”
A few days ago, comedian Krushna Abhishek has been hitting the headlines when he publicly refused to appear on The Kapil Sharma Show when Govinda and his daughter Tina were coming as guests. Later, in an interview with Spotboye, Krushna Abhishek expressed hurt and displeasure at his star-uncle Govinda’s attitude and stated that he had taken the decision based on Govinda and his wife Sunita’s reservations about appearing on the show with him. Now, Krushna Abhishek’s uncle Govinda has come forward to share his side of the story through a press release.
Govinda says, “I read the news on the front page of a leading daily about my nephew Krushna Abhishek not performing on a popular television show as I was invited as a guest there. He chose to opt-out as he had some reservations. Later he went ahead and stated in the media about his belief on our relationship. This statement had defamatory comments and was issued with only a little thought. It had a snowball effect as it was voyeuristic in nature.”
Govinda’s statement further reads, “It was erroneously alleged by Krushna that I did not go to see his twins. I along with my family went to see his twins in the hospital and met the doctor (Doctor Awasthi) and the nurse taking care of them. However, the nurse told me that the mother of the kids – Kashmera Shah never wanted any of the family members to come and see the surrogate babies. Upon further insistence, we were made to see the babies from a long distance. We returned with a heavy heart, however, I strongly feel that Krushna does not know of this incident. One can feel free to connect with the doctor and the nurse on the same and get to know the truth. Krushna also came to our home with the kids and Aarti Singh, which he has forgotten to mention in the statement.”
Govinda further adds that he had been made into a scapegoat. “Be it Krushna or Kashmera – I have been a scapegoat of their defamatory comments and statements against me frequently – most of them in the media and some in the shows and performances that they do. I do not understand why is this slander being done repetitively(sic.) and what is it that they are gaining from the same. My relationship with Krushna was very strong since the time he was a small child. My adulation(adoration?) for him was unparalleled and my family and people from the industry are a witness to the same. I strongly believe that washing dirty linen in public is an indication of insecurity and allows outsiders to take advantage of a family’s misunderstandings.”