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I love Sunil Grover, he is like my elder brother: Kapil Sharma

| | Mumbai
I love Sunil Grover, he is like my elder brother: Kapil Sharma
Stand-up comedian and actor Kapil Sharma has put all rumours of his feud with Sunil Grover to rest by saying he loves his co-star as an artist and considers him as his elder brother.
 
The 35-year-old host of "The Kapil Sharma Show" took to Facebook to dismiss reports of the duo involved in a tussle while travelling together in a flight.
 
"(I) was celebrating my best time and suddenly I heard a news about me and Sunil paji fighting first of all, see where it is coming from, what are the intentions behind this. If I fought with him in the flight then who saw it and informed you.. Is he trustworthy?
 
"Some people enjoy these kinds of stuff, we eat together, we travel together. I meet my brother once in a year and spending almost everyday with my team especially Sunil... I love him... I respect him," wrote Kapil.
 
He further admitted to have had an argument with Grover but said they fought like normal people and that all is well between them.
 
"Yes I had a arguement with him. But are we not normal people? I shouted at him first time in five years.. 'itna to chalta hai bhai' (that much is ok). We will sit and talk that where is the problem. I love him as a artist as a human being. He is like my elder brother.
 
"Why so much negativity all the time? I respect our media. There are some other serious issues which we need to focus. Is me and Sunil's issue is so important and related with the security of my country?" he added.
 
Kapil added that they spend a lot of time together than they do with their families and sometimes such fights are normal.
 
"It's our family matter... We will sort this out... 'zyada maze mat liya karo' (don't put a spin on things)," he added.
 
 
 

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