Modi's remark, comparing Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's speeches to Kapil Sharma's comedy, sparked of an ugly Twitter battle between pro-Modi and anti-Modi groups on Twitter.
Witnessing the ugly war of abusive language on the social networking site, Kapil Sharma did not waste time and deleted his tweet pleading his fans and followers to stop the ugly war of words.
I was horrified to see people using dirty abusive language for one another
Later, he was quoted as saying, "Out of a sense of innocent excitement I re-tweeted Modiji's comment where he mentioned my show. How was I to know it would spark off a very ugly and undesirable verbal battle on the social network?"
Apparently, Kapil had to make frantic peace pleas before the ugly exchange of insults on Twitter stopped. "After shooting at 4 am on Monday morning I came to know that some mischievous tweets had triggered off a verbal war. When I looked on Twitter, I was horrified to see people using dirty abusive language for one another. I couldn't understand what provoked them," said the entertainer.
Claiming that he never uses his show or his space as on the social network to promote any politician or politics, he explained, "Our show has fans all of all cultures and religion all over the world." "We want people to forget all their differences and become one when they watch 'Comedy Nights With Kapil'. That I could've even indirectly provoked this ugly war of words pains me a lot. I am not affiliated to any politician or political party."
(With agency inputs)