Mumbai: Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds, who was involved in an acrimonious spat with Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh after accusing the latter of racially abusing him, on Tuesday said the controversy was a thing of the past and the duo are "good friends" now.
"Bhajji and I have talked about what had happened between us. We have sat down and worked out things. We get along well now. We party, socialize, we get sloshed. There are no hard feelings. It is always nice playing with him. That was a past and we have left it behind," the 36-year-old cricketer said in an interview here.
"My equation with him is good. We are in touch with each other, we do exchange messages," said Symonds, who has become the second international celebrity to participate in the reality show 'Bigg Boss'.