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The Magical Spell Of Kapil Sharma’s Show

Kapil Sharma’s (36) journey from humble beginnings in Amritsar to the top of the charts of entertainment television channels is hardly unknown to TV-loving Indians.

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Kapil Sharma's Show is one of the top shows of all time. Wikimedia Commons
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  • Kapil Sharma is one of the top stand-up comedians
  • Kapil Sharma has featured on The Forbes India Celebrity 100 list not once
  • “The Kapil Sharma Show” suddenly the show’s TRPs started sinking when Sunil Grover said goodbye to the show

In the last few years, Kapil Sharma has managed to establish himself not only as a stand-up comedian but also as an anchor and actor. It’s safe to say, he is the most popular and loved personality on Indian television. If you thought he had it easy and he became an overnight star with his ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ then you must know that his stardom is the result of a decade’s struggle. This is a man we know, but a journey we don’t.

When it comes to spreading smile and laughter on people’s face, then no one can do it better than comedy king Kapil Sharma. After the huge success of “The Kapil Sharma Show” suddenly the show’s TRPs started sinking when Sunil Grover said goodbye to the show, after his brawl with Kapil Sharma. Grover played two extremely famous and loved characters on the show – Dr Mashoor Gulati and Rinku Bhabhi. The audience missed those characters, and this was the main cause for the dipping TRPs. Sharma tried to get veteran comedians like Sunil Pal, Raju Shrivastav, and Ehsaan Qureshi to try and save the sinking TRPs, but this did not work. In the last few episodes, the show aired a re-run of an old episode, since Kapil was in the hospital due to low blood pressure and could not shoot.

kapil Sharma was awarded the CNN IBN’s Indian of the Year. Wikimedia Commons
kapil Sharma was awarded the CNN IBN’s Indian of the Year. Wikimedia Commons

Kapil Sharma’s (36) journey from humble beginnings in Amritsar to the top of the charts of entertainment television channels is hardly unknown to TV-loving Indians. While his rise has been meteoric—his second film Firangi released on December 1—there have been questions about whether he may have passed his peak. When his once-popular show Comedy Nights with Kapil was taken off air in 2016, Sharma managed to stay in the limelight with The Kapil Sharma Show, which was soon scripted and sent on air. But early this year, the second show too was pulled off the air because of controversies he had with his peers.  But after facing these controversies, the actor did not clog his talent and got awarded the CNN IBN’s Indian of the Year. He has also featured on The Forbes India Celebrity 100 list not once, but four-time, which is a fine indication for his fans that they might see The Kapil again Indian Television soon.

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We have compiled a list of top 5 episodes of Kapil Sharma’s Show, here take a look:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSWmAyc2PGk

2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSXSq4U0AXU

3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Do3Owcy0F4

4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EtBQ7nkgv0

5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtggmUW2RNM

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I Have been Targeted By Paid Trolling, Trolls Can’t Shake Me: Swara Bhaskar

Swara Bhaskar thanked for trolling

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KRK tries to troll Swara Bhaskar and she destroys him with one tweet! flickr

Speaking on the current troll trail Swara says, “I have no comments for people who are petty, who are hypocritical or who slut-shame. I also have no comments for idiots. Currently I am ignoring these people and feeling very happy with the rest of the team of ‘Veere Di Wedding’ about the success of the film.

“A lot of people on social media are speaking up for me and I sincerely want to thank them all for the support.”

As far as being trolled for her masturbation sequence in “Veere Di Wedding” is concerned Swara comments, “I have been targeted by paid trolling in the past and I’m used to it. Many twitter-users and some prominent comedians and commentators have turned the ‘I took my Grandmother to watch VDW’ into very funny satirical comments on twitter . I’m grateful both for their support and their humour.”

About her contradictory opinion on Pakistan Swara clarifies, “I believe there should be a distinction between States/ Governments of a country and the civilians of that country. My regard for and goodwill towards the people of Pakistan remains unchanged. Some of my closest friends are Pakistani. Lahore remains one of my soul cities.”

Swara Bhaskar-starrer “Nil Battey Sannata”, which portrays an account of a single parent acting as a residential guarantee that her little girl gets great instruction, is having a decent keep running in the cinema world.
Swara Bhaskar-starrer “Nil Battey Sannata”, which portrays an account of a single parent acting as a residential guarantee that her little girl gets great instruction, is having a decent keep running in the cinema world. Flickr

Her last words on trolling are significant.

“I believe the social media is a virtual public place just like restaurants, parks and cinema halls. Just as we expect a decent level of behaviour we must insist on decent and decorum on social media. If we see someone being abused slammed or slut shamed in a public place wouldn’t we stand up and defend the person from being attacked.

“Likewise we must stand up and protect the social media from indecent uncivilized attacks. Basically I am engaged in debates and arguments with trolls so that that precious public space doesn’t get taken over by bullies and perverts.”

Right now Swara would rather focus on the splendid success of “Veera Di Wedding”.

Also read: Veere di wedding composer inspired by Rhea Kapoor

“The box office numbers do not surprise me. I had a gut feeling that the film would work at the box office. But the opening-day figure surprised me. I had thought we’d do a 6-cr opening on a good day. I think we have cracked the glass ceiling and myth that women-centric films cannot get big openings,” she said. (IANS)

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