Kapil’s Arch Rivalry Krushna Coming On TKSS To Promote “Drama Company”

From past few days, Comedian Krushna Abhishek has hit the headlines for his upcoming show “Drama Company”. Post the infamous brawl between Kapil and Sunil Grover, The Kapil Sharma Show’s TRP fell drastically. Therefore there were reports of TKSS getting replaced by Drama Company.


However, this isn’t true. Krushna’s show is not going to replace The Kapil Sharma Show. It will come at the place of Sabse Bada Kalakar which had its finale last week.

People have always wished to see both these comedians together on one stage. And now their wish has come true as Krushna is coming on The Kapil Sharma Show to promote his upcoming show. In his previous interview, Krushna expressed his desire to work with Kapil.


 “I am waiting for the day when we both get an opportunity to work together. said Krushna

Krushna and Kapil are always pitted against each other especially after when Kapil left Comedy Nights with Kapil and Krushna took his place. However, Krushna denied any bad relationship with the ace comedian.


Krushna on his rivalry with Kapil

On his rivalry with Kapil, he said “People have always pitted us against each other. We respect each other. One should appreciate talent, and we are both very talented.”


He further added, “ There is no competition with Kapil, but now that Ali and others are in my show, people will link it to Kapil again, saying they left him to join me. But this is just a coincidence.


Talking about his new comedy show “Drama Company” he said, “I am nervous and anxious about the concept, as it isn’t what people expect from me. After a certain point, you are bored and the audience is too. I was tired of doing the same thing for years. I wanted to do something new and different. And this new show will be unlike my earlier show, Comedy Nights Bachao, and even Kapil’s show.”


He further added “It will have more situational comedy rather than the one-liners I used to do. People will see a new side of me, as I will play a variety of roles, which will be a departure from the typical entry and dance performance that I used to do.”