We all know that after an ugly fallout with Colors channel, Kapil Sharma is soon going to be back with his new show on Sony channel, called The Kapil Sharma Show. And he has kept his old team intact, including Kiku Sharda, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Ali Asgar, and Sunil Grover. At a recent press interaction, Kapil revealed that he has moved on from the entire Colors’ episode and how he was only hurt because of the fact that the channel took down his show from Youtube.
“I am only hurt by the fact that they (Colors) removed the show from YouTube. It had become a historical show. They shouldn’t have removed it. Differences in opinions happen with everyone. Differences happen even in family between siblings. I was only hurt by them pulling out the entire show from YouTube.”
He even tweeted about it, saying he’s excited about his new show.
Jus reached home after a long tiring day.. But excited for new show.. need ur blessings.. Love u all 🙂
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) March 1, 2016
Also, thanks to Colors slapping CNWK artists with a legal notice, Kapil’s new show can no longer have the old show’s lovable characters, like Daadi and Gutthi. So, of course, Kapil had to work on creating new characters for the new show. The channel even sent him a notice, barring him was using his trademark ‘Babaji ka thullu’ pose! Talking about this issue, Kapil added, “How can they claim it only for themselves? We should have the freedom. Look at Gutthi’s character. In North, many girls dress up like this. Will they claim patent over their looks? We draw these characters from our own society. When I started doing Babaji ka Thullu, it became such a rage that it became imprinted on T-shirts, shoes and even packet of chips. When I went to Australia. I came across a website that was making Babaji ka Thullu printed T-shirts from 1000 rupees. But I have not copyrighted or patented anything. We make and distribute our creations.”
Meanwhile here’s trailer of Kapil’s new show and it looks really exciting!
click here to watch directly on Youtube
Source : IndiaTimes