Krushna Abhishek says he's 'like own son' to Govinda, reveals 'few of his statements hurt me, I even got angry'

    Krushna Abhishek says he's 'like own son' to Govinda, reveals 'few of his statements hurt me, I even got angry'

    Krushna Abhishek, in a recent interview, has opened up about how he is like Govinda's 'own son'.

    Krushna Abhishek says he's 'like own son' to Govinda, reveals 'few of his statements hurt me, I even got angry'

    The mama bhanja feud- between Govinda and Krushna A bhishek- has been going on for years now. This had started long back and in the years have only gone worse instead of dying down. In fact last year, the entire matter blew up when Govinda's wife Sunita reacted after Krusha went no-show for an episode where she and Govinda were special guests. This irked Kashmera and the whole thing became a war of words. However, looks like Krushna has been seeking forgiveness and wants to reconcile.

    Now, in a recent interview, he opened up about how he is like 'own son' of Govinda's. He also added that they have not been doing it for publicity and one thing blew up and became news. Talking to The Indian Express, Krushna said, "Sometimes things go out of our control. I will accept that a few of his statements hurt me, and I even got angry. I responded to that and it becomes news and this goes on hampering our relationship. However, I must add that I am like his own son. I might get upset over some things but we will always be family."

    Krushna had also earlier called Govinda 'bade miyan' on The Kapil Sharma Show and had said, “Maine jo ku ch bhi seekha hai unhi se seekha hai. Yeh alag baat hai woh mereko chote miyan nahi maante hai. Theek hai, koi baat nahi, family hai, chalta rehta hai. Karenge baat, solve hoga, koi problem nahi (Whatever I have learnt is from him. It is a different story that he does not care for me these days. But it’s okay, it happens, we will talk and solve things).”

    We hope that Govinda and Sunita forgives Krushna and that fans get to see them reconcile.

    Updated: January 24, 2022 06:18 PM IST