Let the love be seen off-camera too: Govinda reacts to nephew Krushna Abhishek's emotional apology

Govinda's feud with nephew Krushna Abhishek is far from over. They have often spoken about the rift in the family. Govinda and his wife Sunita Ahuja are not on good terms with Krushna and his wife Kashmera Shah after the actress took an indirect dig at the veteran actor. Now, in Maniesh Paul's latest podcast, Govinda spoke about his equation with Krushna. 

Talking about their strained relationship, Govinda said, “He has assumed and presumed that something wrong is happening in his life due to me." When Maniesh told him that Krushna was really apologetic when he talked about Govinda on his podcast, the actor shared, "Then let the love be seen off-camera too. He’s a well-brought-up boy, that shows. But he needs to know that he is being used by writers, and that there is a limit to being used.”

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Govinda's statement came almost a month after Krushna's emotional confessions on Maniesh's podcast. He had said, "Voh mujhse naraz hain, meri galtiyan hain. Maine 10 baar interview mein kaha hai, main unke bete ki tarah hun, main chahte hun ki voh mujhe bulayein, mujhe maarein, mujhe 10 thappad maarien, aur thappad maarke ke us baat ko khatam karein. Because I miss him."

Krushna further sent out a message to his Chi Chi Mama through the podcast. He shared, "Main aapse bohot pyaar karta hun, aur main aapko boht miss karta hun. Main sirf ek hi cheez miss karta hun ki main chahta hun ki mere babies mere mama ke sath khelein. Main voh boht miss karta hun. Mujhe pata hai voh mujhe boht yaad karte honge. Hamesha yaad karte honge I know that."

Reportedly, the gap in their relationship widened after Kashmera's "People who dance for money," tweet. Govinda's wife felt it was a dig at him. Though Govinda and Sunita were often seen on The Kapil Sharma Show, Krushna tried not to perform in front of them. 

(Source: Maniesh Paul podcast)