After a lengthy six-year estrangement, comedians Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover have chosen to reconcile. In a thrilling development, the pair is slated to collaborate on a Netflix show. Fans are eagerly looking forward to this reunion, particularly after viewing a recent promotional video where the two jokingly alluded to their infamous disagreement that unfolded in Australia.
The video kicks off as Kapil and Sunil introduce themselves, proclaiming, ‘I am coming on Netflix.’ They follow it up with a shared declaration, ‘Let’s go together.’ In a light-hearted exchange, when Kapil mentions, ‘We are going to be in 190 countries,’ Sunil humorously remarks, “Let’s not go to Australia.’ Adding a playful touch, Sunil mentions in the video, ‘By air nahi, by road jayenge.’
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For those unfamiliar with the background, Sunil, renowned for his portrayals of Gutthi and Dr. Mashoor Gulati on various shows hosted by Kapil Sharma, surprised everyone by leaving the show in 2018 after a significant disagreement with Kapil Sharma. The disagreement unfolded during a flight back to Mumbai after the completion of a show in Australia.
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Kapil expressed his thoughts on the conflict to media outlets, stating, “Sunil was genuinely concerned seeing me in that condition. Sunil and I have been acquainted for the past nine years and collaborated for the last five. I hold no grievances against Sunil, but if I were in his shoes, I would have attempted to comprehend what was troubling a friend, considering he hadn’t seen me in such a state over the last five years. Nevertheless, I harbor no complaints; he is an exceptional performer and an even better friend.”
Sunil Grover is well-known in the Indian television industry for the roles he has played in various Bollywood movies. His performance in “Bharat,” in which he co-starred with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, is particularly noteworthy. Together with Sanya Malhotra and Radhika Madan, he played a significant role in the comedic drama “Pataakha” directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. Besides, he had a brief at this point paramount job in Aamir Khan’s 2008 blockbuster “Ghajini” and showed up in Akshay Kumar’s “Gabbar Is Back,” among other realistic tasks. Sunil Grover appeared in Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan” movie this year.
Kapil Sharma was seen working with the renowned television-partnered program The Kapil Sharma Show. With the third time of The Incomparable Indian Giggling Challenge, he made his TV debut. With Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, Kapil made his presentation in Bollywood. He also appeared in Nandita Das’ Zwigato and in an episode of a Netflix special. He also previously had a special on Netflix.