The 58-year-old 'Saaransh' actor was recently in the capital to perform his autobiographical play "Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai" and he said he felt 'claustrophobic' rather than safe around bouncers.
"At 'Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai' show I encountered the culture of bouncers closely. They were to be for my safety. Felt claustrophobic," Kher posted on twitter.
"Bouncers deprive you of love and warmth from people. Also I find it extremely comical," he added. Kher also said that he finds the whole bouncer culture funny as it gives a false sense of importance.
"Bouncers protecting 'so called' celebrities is a funny concept in India. The only thing it does, is to give a false sense of importance," Kher tweeted.
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