Kumar Shanur apologizes for son Jan's controversial remarks

BanglaHunt Desk: Kumar Shanu, the son of Kumar Shanu, is in great danger of insulting the Marathi language in the house of Bigg Boss. This time the singer Kumar Shanu himself opened his mouth in this context. He apologized for the boy on social media.

A video message of Kumar Shanu came out on Thursday. Apologizing for the boy, he said, “I heard my son Jan say something very bad. In these 40-41 years I could not even imagine. I can't even think of Maharashtra, Mumbai, the Goddess of Mumbai who has blessed me, given me name, fame, fame. '

He added, ‘I respect all the languages ​​of India. I have sung in all languages. I have not lived with my son for the last 28 years. We are different. I don't know what his mother taught him. What else can I do, as a father I can only apologize to you. '

Incidentally, contestant Nikki Tamboli recently said something in Marathi to Jan at Bigg Boss's house. In reply, Jan said in a very annoyed voice, “Don't speak in front of me in Marathi. If you have breath, speak in Hindi. I get annoyed when I hear Marathi. ”

Shiv Sena erupted in anger after the video went viral. The party's secretary and chief of the Chitrapat Sena, a cultural organization, demanded that Bandekar Jan be expelled from the show. He also said that the Bigg Boss authorities and Jan Kumar Shanu should apologize to the Maharashtra government and the people of the state. He also said that the shooting permission of the Bigg Boss authorities was taken away due to this incident.

Jan and Bigg Boss will have to apologize to the authorities within 24 hours, otherwise the shooting permission will be revoked. Such is the rhetoric of the new army. Ameya Khopkar, the head of the party's film department, publicly threatened Kumar Shanu's son on Twitter.

After that, Uddhav Thackeray sent a letter to the government on behalf of Colors Channel apologizing. They also said that the controversial scene has been removed from the episode. They further added that they had no intention of hurting anyone. They respect not only Marathi, but all languages.