1. I don’t want to be a part of any political outfit: Kapil Sharma

I don’t want to be a part of any political outfit: Kapil Sharma

The matter became more serious because in his angst he tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with him asking whether this is the 'achche din' he promised.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 11, 2016 1:02 AM
The commedian had to finally take on to social media to express his disgust that the whole incident has been perceived by the media or the people in general in a wrong way and that unnecessary cintroversies were drawn into. (PTI) The commedian had to finally take on to social media to express his disgust that the whole incident has been perceived by the media or the people in general in a wrong way and that unnecessary cintroversies were drawn into. (PTI)

Raising his voice against corruption against some of the BMC officers seeking a bribe of Rs 5 lakh, famous commedian Kapil Sharma had to clarify his position on the issue.

The commedian had to finally take on to social media to express his disgust that the whole incident has been perceived by the media or the people in general in a wrong way and that unnecessary cintroversies were drawn into.

On Friday Spetember 9, Kapil took to twitter about the bribery he has been asked to pay to certain unnamed BMC officials to build his office at Versova which caught the attention of not only his fans and followers but also the media in general.

The matter became more serious because in his angst he tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with him asking whether this is the ‘achche din’ he promised.

“I have only expressed my concerns. However, it has taken a shape of an unnecessary controversy. My space is on the entertainment platform and not on the news platform. I am not a part of any political organisation and nor do I intend to be,” Kapil said in a statement here.

“I have utmost respect for the honourable Prime Minister and Governments, both Union and State, its agencies and Statutory Bodies. I am a law abiding citizen and shall act as legally advised. This was my anger against corruption which I expressed on twitter,” the popular comedian added.

The BMC has claimed that the artist had defied norms not only in his Versova office building, but also in his apartment in suburban Goregaon.

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    Abhishek
    Sep 11, 2016 at 3:11 am
    Controversy spelling is wrong, please correct it.
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      Abhishek
      Sep 11, 2016 at 3:12 am
      Even comedian spelling is wrong
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        romi
        Sep 11, 2016 at 11:07 am
        if he wants to survive in mumbai then better dont mess with shiv sena mns if he has guts then name the person who asked for bribe otherwise either ist his frustration against BMC or some publicity stunt on behalf of his master sidhu
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          romi
          Sep 11, 2016 at 11:09 am
          kapil his down fall has started & fame has gone to his head
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