The controversy struck Indian comedian Kapil Sharma recently made the headlines when his latest show, Family Time With Kapil Sharma went off the air and his Twitter war Vicky Lalwani and Sunil Grover.
The comedian who posted a barrage of abusive tweets on his Twitter handle, accused the Editor of Spotboye.com for tarnishing his reputation. Kapil Sharma sent a legal notice of Rs. 100 crore to Vickey Lalwani & SpotBoye, scribe for defamation. According to the complaint, the money to be deposited in National Defense Fund.
In his complaint, he alleged that Lalwani started a false and malicious propaganda to defame him on digital media. Few excerpts form the notice state, “My Client states that these purported articles are a figment of your wile imagination and plagued by intent to bring unrest to my Client.”
Some people just want to defame you for few bucks but it will take ages to make a stand against the wrong.. I shall do it today n forever.. pic.twitter.com/Vg8bJoWwhF
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) April 7, 2018
Kapil Sharma has also demanded that the journalist tender an “unconditional public apology” within seven days of receiving the notice.
Kapil Sharma, a popular stand-up comedian and actor, became a household name with shows like Comedy Nights with Kapil, The Kapil Sharma Show and Family Time with Kapil Sharma. The actor is currently on a break amid reports of his ill health.