‘Family Karma’: Tensions Heat Up Between Vishal Parvani and Anisha Ramakrishna

Did Vishal Parvani from Family Karma ghost Anisha Ramakrishna post gala after blowing up her phone beforehand? “The game of telephone is alive and well,” Brian Benni tweeted during the episode and no true resolution seems to be in sight.

Bali Chainani, Monica Vaswani, Brian Benni, Anisha Ramakrishna, Amrit Kapai, Vishal Parvani, Shaan Patel
Bali Chainani, Monica Vaswani, Brian Benni, Anisha Ramakrishna, Amrit Kapai, Vishal Parvani, Shaan Patel |Tommy Garcia/Bravo

Problems began between Paravani and Ramakrishna after she wanted to know more about what happened with Parvani’s future mother in law during a recent event. Initially, she remarked how it was weird that the friends went from talking nonstop to radio silence. Parvani mentioned on a number of occasions he likes to sweep drama under the carpet. Plus he wasn’t comfortable dishing with her about what happened. It wasn’t good.

The situation went nuclear when Parvani, Amrit Kapai and Bali Chainani discussed the situation during dinner. Kapai wondered if perhaps Ramakrishna was overly interested in what occurred because she was crushing on Parvani. Plus, cameras captured Parvani saying he and Ramakrishna were friends but he was closer with Kapai.

After dinner, Chainani shared with Ramakrishna everything that was said. Although Ramakrishna didn’t love hearing that her friendship with Parvani was diminished, she was truly upset to learn Kapai wondered if she had a crush on him. That’s when she remarked that she wouldn’t have a crush on the “village idiot.”

Did he ghost her or did he reach out?

Ramakrishna wanted to show proof of the phone exchange between the two leading up to the gala. The cast was on fire on Twitter during the episode with Kapai tweeting, “I need to subpoena AT&T for those phone records. That looked more like a spreadsheet of nothing.” Parvani’s fiancée, Richa Sadana added, “My AT&T bill doesn’t look that.”

Not to be outdone, Parvani, who is at home resting after testing positive for COVID-19, tweeted his own receipts. “Never did I say “I barely knew Anisha.” I said, ‘I love Anisha and consider her a good friend’ Also, I think I’ll pull out my own call records =)”

He shared a text exchange from what appears between the two. “Not staying quiet today. I did nothing to make Anisha think that we were not friends after the gala. Here is the text I sent her the next day that was mentioned at the dinner.” Parvani added, “How is me saying I love Anisha and calling her my good friend downplaying our relationship?” But Chainani pointed out that cameras didn’t show the entire conversation. “Dinner wasn’t just 3 minutes…,” she replied.

And about being called the ‘village idiot’?

Ramakrishna seemed to be pretty annoyed when Kapai wondered if she had a crush on Parvani. When Chainani told her about the dinner and Kapai’s remark, she referred to the pair as having “small d**k energy.” But added why would she have a crush on the “village idiot” anyway.

Sadana took issue with that comment. “So let me get this straight. It’s not ok for Momma Lopa to call Vishal a moron. But it is ok for Anisha, Vishal’s ‘best friend’ to call him the village idiot, disgusting, toxic and say he has small d**k energy. Really?”

Also, Parvani appeared to be hearing the comment as it aired too. “Anisha did say things about me, Bali. She said I was the village idiot. No one told me that. You didn’t seem to have my back.”

The foursome met for dinner but it seemed to be more along the lines of “sorry not sorry.” Ramakrishna was over the entire thing at that point. “Waste of time, let me eat,” she tweeted. Will the friends actually clear the air? Stay tuned when Family Karma airs Sunday night at 9/8c on Bravo.