After creating a buzz about his love life, comedian Kapil Sharma is back in the headlines, but this time for allegedly manhandling Sunil Grover.
The comedian-turned-actor has reportedly assaulted his co-star Sunil Grover who is seen playing Dr. Mashoor Gulati on 'The Kapil Sharma Show'.
According to the media reports, the incident took place on a flight when the team of TKSS was heading back to Mumbai from Australia.
Reportedly, Kapil was in a drunken state and started misbehaving with Sunil. While the later remained quite, Sharma ended up abusing and physical assaulting Grover, thus creating a chaos on the flight. He even allegedly called Sunil as his servant and trolled him over the failure of his show.
The media reports suggest that Kapil was uncontrollable at the moment and the entire team along with the cabin crew had to come to Sunil's rescue.
"Without any provocation, Kapil pounced on Sunil Grover. We saw Kapil loudly abusing Sunil. Sunil kept quiet, probably thinking that Kapil would calm down after the outburst. But Kapil got more aggressive. His loud abuses could be heard right across the flight cabin.He then physically assaulted Sunil. That’s when all hell broke loose. The flight attendants rushed to the spot.They wanted to handcuff Kapil in order to restrain him. To his credit Sunil stood by his unruly colleague and asked the cabin crew to overlook his drunken behaviour," an eyewitness reportedly told a web portal.
Indeed, the incident has raised a lot of eyebrows towards Kapil's irrational behaviour.
Interestingly, this is not the first time reports of a tiff between Sunil Grover and Kapil Sharma have surfaced on the internet.
Earlier, the two had parted ways post an argument after which Sunil Grover had come up with his own show.
However, the two comedians later resolved the issue and collaborated again.
The duo's chemistry on 'The Kapil Sharma Show' has been grabbing a lot of publicity from the audience.
So far while neither Kapil nor Sunil have commented on the incident, we wonder if this will affect their onscreen camaraderie.