Comedian Sunil Grover confirmed that he never wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi!
Last year in December, an open letter was circulated in the media which urged the government to accelerate the process of Dawood’s trial for his involvement in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.
The letter was shared with IANS by the publicist of “Coffee with D” and was makers portrayed that Sunil had written it to Modi!
However, Sunil has kept himself away from the movie’s publicity. He said:
I never wrote that open letter to Modiji. Anyone who knows me would know that it isn’t my language at all. The film’s makers released that letter without my consent.
It’s very simple. I haven’t been shown the film. I don’t know what the content is. I asked the producer-director Vishal Mishra repeatedly to be shown the film, and he kept saying I’ll be shown the film.
But eventually, he didn’t show it to me. Aaj-kal-aaj-kal mein waqt nikal gaya (Time just went by). Now it’s too late.
He was further asked that Why was he not shown the film?
To that he replied:
I don’t know. Only they can answer that. But I ceased to promote the film when I realised they won’t show it to me.