An ugly spat between the families of actor Govinda and comedian Krushna Abhishek came into light lately. Krushna's wife actor Kashmera Shah says that she stands by husband Krushna Abhishek only because she knows he has to take a stand for his family even if they are wrong. She further said that nothing will affect their marriage.
Not so recently, Govinda’s wife, Sunita Ahuja, in an explosive interview stated that their family has broken all ties with Govinda’s nephew, actor-comedian Krushna Abhishek and his wife, actor Kashmera Shah over something that Kashmera posted on social media. Recently, when Krushna was asked about the same, he said his wife is at fault and must apologize to Sunita.
Now, Kashmera is the one to break her silence regarding this matter. She opened up about the whole thing and confronted Krushna and how she felt when Govinda and wife didn’t even come to see her newborns. When asked if she was upset that a family matter was brought out in the open, she said, "I’m not upset with anyone anymore. It’s a waste of my time. You can only argue with reasonable people. If I tweeted or posted something last year, why didn’t they clear this with me then, instead of bringing it up a year later and dragging Krushna into it? I’m a logical woman and won’t resort to washing dirty linen in public. I have enemies that I don’t care about."
Kashmira says you can only argue with reasonable people
When asked what she has to say about 'no reconciliation' that Sunita talked about, Kashmera said, "That’s her decision and it’ll change according to her mood. I can’t live my life according to anyone else’s schedule. I’m busy with my two small kids besides directing my film."
When asked if she confronted Krushna on changing his stand, she said, "he is caught between his family and strong wife. I feel bad for him, as he wants to side with them as they are his blood."
When asked why Sunita did not attend the first birthday of her kids, she responded saying that, "they did not even visit the hospital to see my kids, even when one of them were fighting for life."
When asked if her marriage is at stake because of this family drama, she said, "Nothing will affect my marriage. Krushna and I have been through hell and back in the last two years. We have a new family and I want to bring up my boys in a world with no hatred. They may grow up not knowing a couple of family members but I think I am ok with that now."