AI to warn Kapil Sharma for misbehaving on flight
After telling Shiv Sena Member of Parliament Ravindra Gaikwad that he is no longer welcome on Indian flights, Air India is set to warn popular TV comedian, Kapil Sharma. The warning will be issued to Kapil Sharma after it was reported that he had behaved 'very' badly on an India-Australia flight.
Air India chief Ashwani Lohani has sought for a report on the incident. The warning will be issued this week. It is being drafted at the moment. Sharma was flying business class of a Melbourne-Delhi flight on March 16. Reports stated that he had had too many drinks and then started to misbehave.
He is also said to have used expletives against members of his crew. He was asked to calm down by the cabin crew. After calming down, he is alleged to have stood up again and hurled expletives at his team members. This time the pilot had to step in and warn the star.