Thus far, Kunal Kamra embarrassed himself in comedy clubs and on airplanes. Now he’s graduated to being told off by the highest courts in the land.
Delhi High Court on Friday declined to hear comedian Kunal Kamra’s plea challenging the flying ban imposed on him by IndiGo, Air Vistara and other airlines after he allegedly heckled a television journalist in January, news agency PTI reported.
According to PTI, the high court disapproved of Kunal Kamra’s heckling journalist Arnab Goswami on board a flight and said: “this kind of behaviour cannot be permitted”.
Kunal Kamra had been banned by all Kamra after he unleashed a deranged attack on Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami while on board an Indigo flight. He had shared a video of himself hectoring Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami in an expletive-filled rant. Kamra had taunted Goswami as a “coward”, and described himself as a member of the “Tukde Tukde gang.” He had then then gone off on a incoherent rant, repeatedly asking Arnab to confront him. Arnab had ignored Kamra completely, at which point Kamra had lost his cool and used the f-word several times.