Entertainment: Comedian Kettan Singh apologizes to Karan Johar!


Comedian Kettan Singh apologizes to Karan Johar: Filmmaker Karan Johar shared a post on Instagram on Sunday night, May 5, expressing his disappointment over the promo of a TV show. Karan Johar expressed his displeasure in this post and said that he saw a comedian indecently imitating him. However, he did not take the name of the show or the comedian. However, now this comedian himself has come forward and apologized to Karan Johar.


Ketan Singh apologized in an interview with Times Now and said that he never intended to hurt Karan Johar. He said, “I apologize to Karan (Johar) sir. First of all, whatever acting I do, because I watch Karan Johar a lot in the coffee show, I am a fan of his work. I have watched his latest film 'Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani' 5 to 6 times. I am a big fan of his work and his show.

'It was not my intention to hurt her'

The comedian further said, 'If my actions have hurt her then I would like to apologize to her. It was not my intention to hurt him. I just wanted to entertain the audience. But if I did something wrong, I apologize to them.

Ketan Singh apologized to Karan Johar.

Ketan Singh said that Karan Johar probably did not watch the entire episode but only watched the promo. He said, "I would like to see the reaction of people and Karan sir after watching the episode. I don't want to insult sir. Many artists do not copy Karan, sir. I used to do this in 'The Kapil Sharma Show' a few years ago. I did it for the first time on 'Madness Machayenge'. Apart from the apology, I am not thinking about anything else.

What did Karan Johar write in the post?

Let us tell you that earlier in his post, Karan Johar had written, "I was sitting and watching television with my mother... and I saw the promo of a reality comedy show, which Was coming on a respectable channel... A comedian was mimicking me, but very badly... I expect this from trolls and faceless and nameless people, but when people from your industry insult someone. , and that too from someone who has been in the industry for over 25 years... so that says a lot about the times we live in... It didn't make me angry, but made me sad !''