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Kapil Sharma least affected by Sunil Grover’s exit?

By   /   March 29, 2017  /   Comments Off on Kapil Sharma least affected by Sunil Grover’s exit?

After reportedly abusing teammate Sunil Grover physically and verbally on flight while returning from Australia a couple of weeks back, Kapil Sharma apologised publicly for the ruckus he had created. But his apology hasn’t worked for him as Grover may not work with star comedian any longer.

Though Kapil was believed to have been left heartbroken after Grover, Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar boycott his show, the comedian is apparently least affected by his colleagues’ exit, latest report suggests.

According to a report in dnaindia.com, originally attributed to a SpotboyE.com, Kapil has been partying harder and has no remorse over their absence.

“It is obvious that the sad face was simply an act because Kapil Sharma is currently in Bikaner, shooting for the feature film Firangi (his Bollywood debut Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon tanked at the box-office) and he is having a ball. Kapil is staying at Gajner Palace and the makers of the film recently spent Rs 75 thousand to hire local singers for one such party and Kapil danced the night away with co-star Monica Gill and director Rajiv Dhingra,” SpotboyE reported.

If the report also suggests that Kapil took a dig at the trio by saying that they would return to the show because they need money.

“And this was not a one-off celebration, Kapil parties every day after wrap-up. Even worse, he has been telling everyone on the sets of Firangi that Sunil Grover &Co. will return to the show because they need the money,” the report said.

However, we cannot vouch for the authenticity of the report.

For the uninitiated, Grover, Prabhakar and Ali haven’t shot with Kapil for any of the recent episodes because they are extremely hurt by his unruly behaviour.

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