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I will also humiliate Shah Rukh: Amar Singh
Onkar Singh in New Delhi | February 27, 2007 19:52 IST
Samajwadi Party General Secretary Amar Singh told mediapersons on Tuesday that he would publicly humiliate King Khan for his crude joke against him at a recent awards function.
On Sunday at the Filmfare awards night, Shah Rukh Khan, who was on stage, took a dig at Amar Singh saying that he saw 'darindigiri' (devil) in his eyes.
While Singh did not retaliate immediately he chose to react on Tuesday in Delhi.
Shah Rukh apologised after the function and said that whatever he had said was in good humour.
"I found more 'darindagi' in his language than in my eyes," said Singh. "I will also humiliate him publicly someday and then apologise to him and say that it was said in black humour," Singh said with a mischievous smile.
This is not the first time that duo have had a spat in public.
In 2004, during the Zee award function in Dubai, Singh and Khan got into a heated exchange.
Singh, who calls Amitabh Bachchan his brother, felt that it was not appropriate for the organisers to give Big B a sitting arrangement on the 12th row. The function was organised by a close friend of Shah Rukh.
Singh and Shah Rukh, however, patched up later at a Holi function organised by Bachchans at their home in Mumbai.