Kapil Sharma is an very good Indian comedian, television presenter actor and producer.
Today is Kapil Sharma’s birthday. She is once again teasing on her new show ‘Family Time with Kapil’ on TV. In this show, with him as before, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Chandan Kumar and Kiku Sharda are present.
Prior to this, he has also appeared in Kapil Sharma along with ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’. The world is aware that the comedy King Kapil Sharma has achieved this hard work. Death of father’s cancer, first shutting down of the set on the sets of the show, its closure due to a fight with a super hit show team and Sunil Grover. Kapil Sharma, who has faced all such troubles, is still a comedy superstar. But this superstar was not rich from his childhood, but rather made a new world with his hard work.
Kapil Sharma has seen a lot of ups and downs in his professional and personal life. But the actor-comedian, who turned 37 on Monday, says he hopes to have a long innings in the industry and he will make it happen by reinventing different films and shows.
Kapil Sharma said:
“I just wish I get new ideas and ways to entertain people. One tends to get bored if one keeps on doing the same thing. I will keep on coming out with some different show or different film.”
Kapil became everyone’s favourite with his comical gigs with Comedy Nights with Kapil, but the good run ended after a violent fight with co-actor Sunil Grover on a flight made headlines.
Long after the mid-air tiff between comedians and colleagues Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover made headlines, looks like the two of them have buried the hatchet for the good. Ever since the controversy went viral, Kapil continued to receive flak on several social media platforms for his unruly behaviour.
Sunil Grover wrote on Twitter,
“Happy Birthday @KapilSharmaK9 May God keeps you healthy and happy brother. Love and wishes.”
On the professional front, Kapil is back with another television series titled Family Time With Kapil which has opened to a bag of mixed reviews while Sunil Grover is gearing up for a cricket-based comedy show.