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Amid family feud, Krushna Abhishek remembers Govinda on 'The Kapil Sharma Show'

Actor-comedian Krushna Abhishek is not on talking terms with his uncle Govinda and his family but he still misses them. In a new episode of 'The Kapil Sharma Show', he was reminded of his 'mamu' when he met singer Udit Narayan. As the comedian greeted the singer, he told him, 'Aapko dekh ke mama ki yaad aa gayi, bohot achche lage (Looking at you, I am reminded of my maternal uncle, it is nice to see you).' Earlier last week, Govinda and his wife Sunita Ahuja appeared on 'The Kapil Sharma Show', but Krushna chose to give the episode a miss. The family had a major fallout a few years back and it only seems to be escalating by the day. When Sunita heard Krushna had opted out of the episode featuring her and her husband, she had said she never wanted to see his face again. In response, Krushna's wife, actress Kashmera Shah had said that she does not bother with whatever is being said and done and that Govinda and his family do not even exist for her. Sunita Ahuja then took indirect jibes at Shah in a recent interaction with ETimes. She had said and I quote: 'Even after taking care of them like a mother, they are behaving in such a bad way. Problems in the house start when we bring a bad daughter-in-law. Govinda has already warned not to bring any family matter in public but few people need publicity and they always create issues and these things always crop up from Krushna's side. We don't need the footage. The people who need footage do such things. It has happened a thousand times that he is ready to say sorry and even several times, I have patched up. But, we can't ignore bad things again and again, we also have some self-respect.' Furthermore, taking a dig at Kashmera, Sunita added, 'I don't know why other people speak in between a mother and a son. Who is she and who knows her? I am Govinda's wife from the past 36 years and she has come now.'

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