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Comedy king Kapil Sharma to return on TV with new season

Kapil has been on a break for many months now after his last show Family Time With Kapil Sharma went off air abruptly and he slipped into depression

Mumbai: Kapil Sharma will soon be back on television. The actor is working on a comedy show for Sony TV that will launch around the festive time of Diwali. A source close to Kapil confirmed with a leading newspaper that he is gearing up for his new show.

“It will be a crisp and fresh project. We are still figuring out whether it will be a new show or the next season of The Kapil Sharma Show,” shared the source.

Kapil has been on a break for many months now after his last show Family Time With Kapil Sharma went off air abruptly and he slipped into depression.

“I can assure my fans that I will be back soon with another season of The Kapil Sharma Show. The show has the same effect on the viewers and it would really love to take it forward. However, it is at a very initial stage, Kapil told Peeping Moon portal in a statement.

Kapil is still not in the best of his health but making a speedy recovery.

“For lots of reasons, my health was not in good condition. But now, I have started taking good care of my health and I am recovering too. I had gone for a small vacation and spent good quality time with my family members. This has helped me too in the recovery,” he said.

Apart from his TV venture, Kapil is also producing a Punjabi movie Son of Manjeet under his banner. A few days back, he took to social media to share the trailer of the movie.

“I am producing this film because of its an emotional story of a man named Manjeet and his son. I am just hoping that we get a good response from the viewers. Its really a nice movie and I need the blessings of the audience,” Kapil said.

As per sources, Kapil has also been working extra-hard on his physique. He has reportedly hired a personal trainer and is sweating it out at the gym before his much-anticipated comeback.

Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Editorial Assistant of Sirf News with experience in covering sports and entertainment for Navbharat Times and Network 18's IBN Lokmat

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