John Abraham Walks Out Of ‘Comedy Nights Bachao’ After Feeling Insulted

John Abraham Walks Out Of ‘Comedy Nights Bachao’ After Feeling Insulted

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“Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza” has become one of the official platforms where movie stars share the TV space to promote their upcoming movies.

The show has come under the scanner before when they passed a disgusting comment on Tannishtha Chaterje’s skin color – “ aap ko jamun bahut pasand hoga zaroor… kitna jamun khaya aapne bachpan se?” . The actress opined that the roast was ‘distasteful’ and the team justified it by saying it was in good humor.

Krushna Abhishek has hogged the limelight again when John Abraham got offended.

John Abraham had made an appearance with Sonakshi Sinha in ‘Comedy Nights’ to promote the movie ‘Force 2’.

All was going well, but in between, John chose to storm out from the set as he was miffed with Abhishek’s roast.

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Krushna was cracking jokes on the actor’s previous movie, Paap. The actor replied that was one of his favorite movies.

Maybe that bothered John Abraham and he couldn’t hold his angst when he was asked to shake a leg with Sonakshi Sinha. He chose to storm out from the set.

This bothered Krushna and he has issued an apology for his behavior.

He said, “He soon walked out and I ran after him, but he left. I want to apologise to him; I haven’t slept since the last few days because of this. I specially flew down from my shoot in Kulu Manali because John had agreed to be on the show. I hope he understands and forgives me.”

When asked if the previous incident targeting Tannishtha bothered him, he was quick to retort, “I had apologized then, but it did not bother me. But this has really saddened me because I feel John is one of the most genuine guys in the industry.”

We really wonder what made John Abraham this furious. Was he offended because of the comments on his movie, Paap? Or, was it something else?

Let’s hope John clears the air soon.

H/T: The Times Of India

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