Wednesday, May 22, 2013
New Delhi, January 30, 2012
First Published: 16:25 IST(30/1/2012)
Last Updated: 11:37 IST(1/2/2012)
Shah Rukh 'slaps' Shirish Kunder at Sanjay Dutt's bash
Shah Rukh Khan allegedly assaulted Farah Khan's husband and filmmaker Shirish Kunder at Sanjay Dutt's bash on Sunday.
According to reports, Shirish was drunk and followed Shah Rukh everywhere and even entered the loo with him. Irritated SRK then pinned him to a sofa and allegedly punched him.
Farah Khan confirmed the incident. "Shirish, my husband, was beaten up by Shah Rukh and his three bodyguards in Sanjay Dutt's party. Shah Rukh asked Shirish why he had tweeted against him... There was no provocation from our side. He had screamed at Shirish telling him that he would destroy me as well," the choreographer-director told Headlines Today.
Farah Khan also SMSed reporters: "Shahrukh has always told me that physical abuse is the worst way 2 sort out a problem, n that its means the person who's hitting has either a personal or professional crisis going on, n it saddens me 2 see him doing the same (sic)."
When things got out of hand, Sanjay Dutt had to intervene to stop the brawl. But apparently he too slapped Kunder for sending lewd messages to his wife Maanyata and for misbehaving with a girl at the same party.
This isn't the first time Shirish has messed with King Khan. The Joker director had made nasty remarks about RA.One after its release. Kunder had tweeted: "I just heard a 150 Cr firework fizzle."
Rumours of a fallout between Farah and Shah Rukh Khan have been doing the rounds for a while now. But has this unfortunate incident put a nail in the coffin of this duo's friendship?
No FIR against SRK
"Thanks for all your concern & wishes. We are very grateful. Contrary to rumours, we have no intention of filing a FIR or police complaint," Shirish Kunder posted on Twitter.
Dabboo Ratnani supports SRK
The fashion photographer tweeted: "I was present at Sanj's party & Without Any Bias I Fully Support Shah Rukh @iamsrk."
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