Miffed by Kapil’s behavior, his few teammates which include Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar and Chandan left The Kapil Sharma Show. While Chandan made a comeback on TKSS last week, Ali Asgar joined Krushna for his new show “Drama Company.
Last week Bharti Singh made a grant entry on The Kapil Sharma with dhols. She essayed the role of a boisterous West Delhi girl who is a far relative of Sumona.
Bharti stole the show with her energetic performance and perfect comic timings. She left everyone in splits. However, amid all this laughter, there was one person who wasn’t happy to see Bharti on TKSS.
That one person who was shocked to see Bharti with Kapil was none other than Kapil’s arch rivalry Krushna. Krushna is coming with his new comedy show “Drama company” and Bharti was to join him for that.
He says, “It has been four years since Kapil’s show started, and Bharti and I had vowed never to appear on it. It was an unwritten pact between us. Firstly, because it was named after him and secondly because I am not a small-time comedian, who would appear on someone’s show for a few minutes. They couldn’t have afforded me as I charge a bomb (smiles).”
Initially, he didn’t believe the rumor of Bharti joining TKSS as he was confident that she will not do that. “I laughed it off, as I was confident that she wouldn’t join his team. However, I later realized that it was true. How could Bharti join him?” he asks.
He further added,”In my defence, I am one of the prominent faces on The Drama Company and that’s the reason I have taken it up. I feel as if a family member has gone away from me. I don’t grudge Kapil, but this was a pact between Bharti and me.”
Does Bharti’s moving to TKSS created a rift between Bharti and Krushna?
“Not at all. I am in touch with her. In fact, I was the first one to rush to her side when she was hospitalised recently. When I asked her about her decision, she said, ‘Krushna, mujhe kaam karna hai‘. On a positive note, there is a balance now between the two shows. Personally, I don’t want Kapil’s show to end. I want both to work so that there’ll be healthy competition,” he answers.