After the cancellation of the show, the comedian has now issued a letter to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. In the letter, he has asked the Vishwa Hindu Parishad to show him a show or a video in which he has insulted Hindu culture. Apart from this, he also made it clear that he is only mocking the government.
Standup comedian Kunal Kamra, who was scheduled to have a show in Gurugram, was canceled after the Vishwa Hindu Parishad warned of a protest. After the cancellation of the show, the comedian has now issued a letter to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. Kunal has also posted this letter on his social media handle. In this he has asked the Vishwa Hindu Parishad to show a show or a video of him insulting Hindu culture. Apart from this, he also made it clear that he is only mocking the government.
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Kunal Kamra wrote in a letter issued to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad: “I do not consider it necessary to test my relationship with God. I say Shri Sita-Ram and Yes Radha-Krishna. If you are really a child of India, send it by writing Godse Murdabad.” He further wrote, “Whatever I will do, I will eat only my hard-earned bread because as a Hindu who is bigger than you, I feel it is a sin to frighten someone and eat pieces.”
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For information, let us tell you that on 17th September, Kunal Kamra was going to have a comedy show at Studio Xo Bar, Sector 27, Gurugram. His show was opposed by the people after which the Vishwa Hindu Parishad had submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner demanding cancellation of the show.
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In the memorandum sent to the Deputy Commissioner, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad had said that Kunal Kamra makes fun of Hindu gods and goddesses in his shows. So the show may create tension in Gurugram due to its show hence it should be cancelled. Otherwise, the workers of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal will protest against the show. The bar’s management decided to cancel the comedian’s show after the Vishwa Hindu Parishad warned of a protest.