Everyone knows about the fight between Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover. Sunil left the show and has kept himself busy with live shows.
At a recent press conference of his live show in Baroda, the comedian talked about his plans.
He said: I won’t deny the fact that there are offers. Yes, I’ve been asked to do another show. But until I am contract-bound with Sony there is nothing else that I can talk about, let alone contemplate or accept. Once I am free to look at my options on television I will speak about the offers. No regrets as such, because I am working non-stop. My mother never had to ask, ‘Beta, tu kaam par kyon nahin jaa raha hai?’ This break from television has given me a chance to do some serious live shows. I love the live synergy. Right now, as we speak I am in the middle of a performance in Baroda with Sunidhi Chauhan. The audiences’ response is overwhelming. Watching them, I know I wouldn’t have to sit at home even if I didn’t do television. I was in 92 of those 100 episodes. And so what if I missed out my century by eight runs? If Sachin Tendulkar only thought of centuries he wouldn’t be the legend that he is. I don’t want to sound arrogant. I am happy I did those 92 episodes of the show. I carry beautiful memories of the experience. Now it’s time to move on.
These statements by Sunil has cleared that the two aren’t getting back together. His exit from the show is now official.