Comedian Kapil Sharma’s ugly spat with co-star Sunil Grover in the flight while returning back from Australia happened after Kapil abused his crew for starting to eat in the flight while he was still drinking. The argument turned to the physical assault and became burning news. In expansion to the controversy, Sunil has decided to quit The Kapil Sharma Show, and is likely not to return even if his fee is doubled.
Kapil Sharma had publically apologised to Sunil Grover, but Sunil is in no mood to return to The Kapil Sharma Show. Reportedly, other co-stars Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar also didn’t turn up for the show for two consecutive days. To keep the show running Kapil rope in popular standup comedians Sunil Pal, Raju Shrivastava and Ahsaan Qureshi for the upcoming episodes, though no agreement with them has been signed yet.
Navjot Singh Sidhu in Frame
“Kapil and Sunil are brothers being a senior member of the show it is my duty to bring them together again, it is a show that is much loved by the people” said Navjot Singh Sidhu.
He has been a part of the show from the very start and is a good friend with the cast, including the stars of the show Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover. However, since he is Punjab’s Cabinet minister the factor has also come under speculations about his existence in the show since government ministers are not supposed to endorse private television programmes. But Sidhu said he will continue with the show.
Kapil apologised to Sunil on Twitter
He said sorry if I hurt u unintentionally, I love you very much and he added that he is also upset with the incident happened.
Sunil didn’t seem to have accepted the apology.
The situation right now is such that the show makers are stuck. They are trying to convince Sunil. Kapil has been talking to him. But nothing has worked out yet. They are discussing with each other further what can be done about this. The TRP of the show is already going down since few weeks. As Sunil was the important face of the show playing various characters, it’s difficult to maintain that level of the show without him.