The Kapil Sharma Show has lost his soul when three big comedians left the show midway. Despite all the trouble, the show must go on! And that’s what Kapil Sharma did. The Kapil Sharma Show was telecasted and all we were waiting to see is Sunil Grover. But to everyone’s disappointment, even after several calls and messages he wasn’t there and even Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar were missing.
The show started with Kapil Sharma’s smile but he wasn’t 100 percent ready. Kapil did seem upset regardless he carried on with the show. He tried to spread a smile but somewhere he was missing his old team.
Soon he called Raju Srivastav to entertain the audience. He did his level best with the slapstick jokes which did make everyone smile.
Raju Srivastav is one of the talented comedians and he did his level best to entertain the audience. Raju was in his full mood but the audience were even waiting for Sunil Grover. After Raju left the audience, another comedian Sunil Pal arrived on the stage. He did his best to be in the Ratan Noora character. He was actually funny but yet couldn’t do justice to the show..
After a long time, Ahsaan Qureshi took to the stage and rhymed with his poetry. He is good in his poetic style but he has its own limitations. In the second half of the episode, Kiku Sharda arrived on a bicycle and laughed at his own joke. Soon Rochelle Rao tried her best to speak in Hindi and we again saw Raju Srivastav recreating the DDLJ scene.
The show did end on a good note but deep down everybody knew what was missing. It was very clear that everyone was missing the old guys, who left the show due to their issues with Kapil Sharma.
Everybody does want Sunil Grover to be back on the show but seems like Sunil has already moved on with his very own show. TKSS will lose its charm with the absense of its core characters
Now the question is how long the show will run like this?
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