“All is well”: YouTuber Gaurav Wasan forgives Delhi’s Baba Ka Dhaba owner after apology


Food blogger and YouTuber, Gaurav Wasan, has forgiven Kanta Prasad, the owner of Delhi’s Baba Ka Dhaba eatery after the octogenarian issued a public apology for defaming the former last year. Wasan on Monday took to Twitter to inform that he had forgiven Prasad.

Sharing a photo of himself with Prasad and his wife, Wasan wrote, “All is well that ends well. Galti karne se bada, galti maaf karne wala hota he (Mere Maa Baap ne hamesha yehi seekh di he ) #BABAKADHABA.”

Prasad broke down as Wasan visited him at his eatery in Malviya Nagar. Wasan, for his part, said that he knew the truth would one day come out and his innocence proved.

Prasad had shot to fame last year after Wasan highlighted his plight in a video, triggering a wave of support from Indians. However, 80-year-old Prasad had sensationally filed a police complaint against the same YouTuber, whose intervention had moved Indians as they rushed to his help.

Prasad had later opened a Chinese restaurant in the Malviya Nagar area of Delhi. Prasad said that he was forced to shut down the restaurant as he couldn’t continue with the mounting losses. According to him, while he spent Rs. 1 lakh every month in running the restaurant, the monthly income was never more than Rs. 35,000.

No sooner had Prasad announced his new beginning last year, he was called ‘ungrateful’ by netizens, who didn’t appear thrilled by his new beginning. Prasad was seen posing for the camera while sitting inside his new restaurant.

Prasad recently issued a public apology saying that allegations against Wasan were wrong.  “I would humbly request people to understand that, that boy Gaurav Wasan was not a thief. I never called him a thief,” he said in a video. He had gone on to add, “I want to apologise. I want to request people to forgive me if I made a mistake.

says that he did not lose all his money to his new restaurant, adding that he was able to save some money.