When Kumar Sanu blamed Jaan's mother's way of upbringing: Here's how Jaan reacted

First Published Nov 25, 2020, 1:27 PM IST

Kumar Sanu's son Jaan Kumar Sanu appeared in Bigg Boss 14, and gained a lot of popularity but got entangled into controversies too. Read on.
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">When Jaan was inside Bigg Boss's house, he passed a comment on the Marathi language which hurt sentiments of the political party which create a hustle-bustle outside.<br />
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When Jaan was inside Bigg Boss's house, he passed a comment on the Marathi language which hurt sentiments of the political party which create a hustle-bustle outside.
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">Kumar Sanu being the father, came out for seeking an apology and in a video, he says he respects every language and that he is sorry for his son's behaviour. But, they have been living a separated life for 27 years, and it's his mother's faulty upbringing.<br />
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Kumar Sanu being the father, came out for seeking an apology and in a video, he says he respects every language and that he is sorry for his son's behaviour. But, they have been living a separated life for 27 years, and it's his mother's faulty upbringing.
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">To which Jaan replied in a Pinvilla interview after being evicted from Bigg Boss house. He said, "Tell me something, my father left us when I was not even born. How could he question my upbringing and what would he even know about it? I don't think it was the right thing on his part to do. As far as I've seen the videos, nobody asked him for a comment and he came up with an assaulting derogatory video that raised questions on my parvarish. I have solely grown up with my mother."<br />
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To which Jaan replied in a Pinvilla interview after being evicted from Bigg Boss house. He said, "Tell me something, my father left us when I was not even born. How could he question my upbringing and what would he even know about it? I don't think it was the right thing on his part to do. As far as I've seen the videos, nobody asked him for a comment and he came up with an assaulting derogatory video that raised questions on my parvarish. I have solely grown up with my mother."
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">He further mentioned in the interview, "Inside the Bigg Boss house, there was no one who will raise a finger at my upbringing. Outside, I didn't understand what my dad wanted, because first, he put out this video, then he immediately put out another video the very next day where he was praising me. If you have such twisted and changing opinions, then there would be no weight in your words. I want to have a word with him and ask him why he said what he did because it definitely hurt me."<br />
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He further mentioned in the interview, "Inside the Bigg Boss house, there was no one who will raise a finger at my upbringing. Outside, I didn't understand what my dad wanted, because first, he put out this video, then he immediately put out another video the very next day where he was praising me. If you have such twisted and changing opinions, then there would be no weight in your words. I want to have a word with him and ask him why he said what he did because it definitely hurt me."
 

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<p style="text-align: justify;">After all this, Jaan apologised to the Marathi speaking people and said that the statement was not meant to hurt anybody intentionally.<br />
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After all this, Jaan apologised to the Marathi speaking people and said that the statement was not meant to hurt anybody intentionally.
 

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