The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is probably going through its worst possible phase. After massive victory in Delhi Assembly Elections, Arvind Kejriwal’s revolutionary party is in news for all the wrong reasons as it is on the verge of a split. The rift between Kejriwal and rebel AAP leaders, Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan is widening as the clock ticks. Despite the fact that so many questions have been raised over Kejriwal’s leadership, the Delhi Chief Minister has succeeded to quell those voices. Yadav and Bhushan were removed from AAP’s national executive while Admiral Ramdas was removed from the post of internal Lokpal.

Here is a video by parody group, So Sorry that perfectly describes the current dispute in AAP. The video uses the classic Bollywood film Sholay to show how Arvind Kejriwal plays a dictatorial role in AAP. In the 1975 classic directed by Ramesh Sippy, a character called Gabbar Singh kills his companions when they fail to fulfil a task. In same way, Kejriwal is seen Sweeping away Yadav and Bhushan from his party. (Also watch: Delhi Assembly Elections 2015: So Sorry video parodies BJP vs AAP fight)

The funny video portrays the sad reality of the AAP where internal democracy is no more. Kejriwal, who claims that his party is different from other rivals, has failed miserably in proving that. So Sorry’s video titled So Sorry : Watch Kejriwal as Gabbar Singh in ‘AAP Ke Sholay’ in a funny way exposes Arvind Kejriwal, who has become a dictator in the party. Watch the parody of Aam Aadmi Party turmoil and leave your comments: