Vikas Gupta and Parth Samthaan
Vikas Gupta and Parth Samthaan

As we all know, Vikas Gupta and Parth Samthaan had been into the controversy as the Kaisi Yeh Yaariyan had reportedly accused Vikas of molesting him. Also, the actor had filed a police complaint alleging that Vikas didn’t clear his dues for working on his show and constantly threatened him of ruining his career. But now, it seems like the enemies have forgotten everything and begin their friendship.

Yes, recently at the birthday party of music composer Palash Muchhal, Vikas and Parth were seen dancing together. A video has been published by Pop Diaries in which they can be seen enjoying dancing together like there is no tomorrow. Hence, it seems like they have sorted out their problems and took a new start.

Earlier, Parth had told Bombay Times, “Vikas hasn’t cleared my dues of Rs 5,50,000 for Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, a show that I did with him. In fact, he has been asking me to cough up a ransom of Rs 50, 00,000. He has also threatened to ruin my career. I have also informed the cops about the same. I have nothing against him except for the fact that he hasn’t cleared my dues. We were good friends. He has also helped me in my career and I will be always thankful to him. But my hard work can’t be discounted.”

Their close friend, producer Ekta Kapoor had also told DNA that, “Vikas and Parth were close to each other and were in a relationship. Parth has accused Vikas of touching him inappropriately on December 7, 2013, and 20 days later, he was with Vikas holidaying in Bangkok! I know because I was also there to bring in the New Year. I have seen several videos of him professing his love for Vikas.”

Though Vikas and Parth have not yet said about their reconciliation but if it happens then their friends would be very happy about it.

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