I was not blaming any political party, clarifies Kapil Sharma
Mumbai: Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma on Friday made it clear that he was not targeting any political party regarding Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) asking Rs. 5 lakh bribe for constructing his new office.
Kapil took to micro-blogging site Twitter to clarify that he was not blaming Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Maharashtra Navnirman Sena or Shiv Sena and just voiced his concerns against corruption.
Attacking Kapil, Shiv Sena asked him to also mention the name of bribe seeker in his tweet.
"This is not a comedy show where he can tweet what is going on in his life. He needs to immediately name the person publicly who asked for a bribe or people would watch the whole episode like a comedy drama, laugh over it and forget about it," Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayande said.
On the other hand, MNS demanded Kapil’s apology. MNS said that it will not allow the comedian to shoot in Mumbai if he failed to prove his allegation.
Earlier, Kapil on Thursday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi of his ‘Acche Din’ by tweeting the bribe incident.
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