Air India: Kapil Sharma likely to get warning for unruly behaviour mid-air


This happened after Shiv Sena leader Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from flying by the national carrier after he abused and assaulted a 60-year-old duty manager of Air India with slippers over not being able to fly business class despite having boarded an all-economy Pune-New Delhi flight.

Indian carriers’ are now serious about tackling the growing menace of unruly passengers, irrespective of the VVIP or celebrity tag, they carry. Air India is now planning to warn leading TV comedian Kapil Sharma, who allegedly created a major row on a recent Australia-India flight.

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As per a report by Times Of India, Air India chief Ashwani Lohani had sought a report on the inflight behaviour of this star comedian. The a warning – the exact nature of still to be finalised — is likely to be issued this week.

The star was flying with his team in business class of a Melbourne-Delhi flight (AI 309) on March 16. According to sources, the comedian reportedly had too many drinks. Then he became very loud and lashed out with expletives at this team, said a source.

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Sources also added that Kapil even hurled abuses at colleagues Ali Asgar aka Naani and Kiku Sharda aka Bumper Lottery, calling them “per day artistes” or daily wage earners.

He later apologised to the cabin crew.


  1. His downfall can be seen very soon he is getting out of his mind & bahave illetrate what he is & successs has gone into his mind


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