An emotional Krushna Abhishek reveals he saw his mother live for the first time in an old Doordarshan video recently after losing her when he was 2
Krushna Abhishek opened up about growing up without his mother after she died when he was two years old. Reveals he recently saw her live in an old video for the first time.
Actor and comedian Krushna Abhishek opened up like never before about his mother on Maniesh Paul’s podcast recently. The comedian who is among the most popular entertainers on television has revealed how he saw his mother alive for the first time in an old Doordarshan video only recently and broke down while speaking losing her when he was only two years old.
Krushna told Maniesh Paul how his mother had uterus cancer which ultimately took her life and he and his younger sister Aarti were raised by their father. Krushna Abhishek’s mother Padma was actor Govinda ’s sister and their mother was singer. It was in one of his nani’s performances on Doordarshan that Krushna spotted his mother after so many years.
My mother had uterus cancer, so I never saw her. I have spent my childhood being raised by my father like Mehood’s film ‘ Kunwara Baap ’. When Maniesh asked him how old he was when he lost his mother, Krushna added, “ I was two-years-old. Only recently did I see my mother live in a video some one year ago.” Breaking down, Krushna continued, “There was this video … My nani was a singer, who was Govinda ji’s mother … her video from Doordarshan had the two of them [nani and mom] sitting together and singing. That’s how I saw my mother live for the first time.”
Krushna Abhishek’s mother Padma died in 1984 after his sister Aarti Singh ’s birth. Aarti who was a contestant on Bigg Boss 13 had also emotionally shared how her mother died soon after her birth and she was deprived of her love and also her father’s as she was adopted by her mother’s sister-in-law in Lucknow.
Krushna and Aarti were brought up separately as their father couldn’t raise two kids. The comedian father Atmaprakash Sharma died in 2016.