After a long time, Kapil Sharma is creating headlines for all the correct reasons. The actor is shortly aiming to be back on small screen and this time with something that he does the best. He will be making people laugh and with his most popular show. The Kapil Sharma Show, and it'll go air by Diwali on Sony TV. However, his recent statement has left us a lot of excitement. The combination of Sunil Grover and Kapil Sharma is hilarious and what if they create a comeback along through this show.
Well, this is sure that it would leave the fans excited. After their mid-air fight, the pair has not been seen along on small screen. However, Kapil's recent statement has given rise to an opportunity that it'd happen shortly. Recently, throughout the promotions of his Punjabi film, Kapil told to the media, "Sunil and I share a special bond of brotherhood with zero controversies. We were even together a few days back, sitting and laughing and discussing our upcoming projects. All the controversies about us are just simply spiced up by the pretend news and apps. Things don't seem to be the manner as [they’re] spiced up on social media. We may also be back on a comedy show soon." Well, we wonder if it is The Kapil Sharma show or not!
Meanwhile, Kapil is busy with his fitness regime to get back in shape. A source close to Bollywood Hungama has revealed that Kapil is off to an Ayurvedic ashram in Bengaluru for a detoxification program. "Kapil is off drinks and he needs to lose at least 15 kgs. He is at an ayurvedic ashram in Bengaluru for two weeks. He returns to Mumbai on October 28 to start preparing for his show," the source added. The comedian-actor was apparently inspired to take up this programme after he read Twinkle Khanna's newly launched book, Pyjamas Are Forgiving. A friend of Kapil told the entertainment portal, "He went to the same ashram a year ago, left the course incomplete and began drinking again. This time he is determined to sweat it out at the ashram because, as Kapil says, Akshay Paaji’s wife has recommended the treatment."