As the #MeToo movement started, it gave many celebrities and common man strength to speak up about the harassment or molestation that they suffered in their lives and in the wake of the same a very shocking incident has been shared by the popular TV actor and comedian Ali Asgar whom we will soon see in Sunil Grover's show Kanpur Waale Khuranas and who rose to fame through the role of 'Daadi' in Kapil Sharma's show.
The actor in an interview that he recently gave opened up about the horrific incident that happened while he was performing during a wedding in Delhi. Ali said that he had to perform as Daadi on the stage and as soon as he arrived, people who were already drunk started touching him at inappropriate places and also pinched his buttocks that shocked him.
Further talking about the incident he said, "Wherever I go for such shows, I don't let the anchor announce my name, I just enter as Dadi. At this event, by the time I entered, people were already drunk. Unhone uske bad jo hamla kiya hain mere upar - they were putting their hands on my chest, they were pinching my butt, I was molested."
Ali added, "He further added that There is a girl on my team, and she managed to save me, warma main nika pa raha tha. Mera tab yeh question tha, ki bhai aapko pata bhi hai ki ye ek aadmi hai jo aurat ka role kar raha hai? And the second question was - even if you don't know, ye toh ek buddhi aurat hain na, usko toh chhor do!"
Ali's new show will AIR alongside Kapil Sharma's comeback show The Kapil Sharma Show and when he was asked if there was any rivalry between the two, he said, "Frankly, I am not even thinking about the comparisons. We all are professionals Common man and there is no rivalry, woh thoda hype ho jata hai. It is fine, certain things did not work out, but there is no bad vibe."
The first episode of his show will have Dharmendra along with Simmba director Rohit Shetty and Ranveer Singh. For more updates about the show, stay tuned to us!