By Aglaia Staff

Kapil Sharma, who made it a point to watch the inaugural episode of his former associate Sunil Grover‘s Mad In India, says the latter shouldn’t have ever quit his show Comedy Nights With Kapil. 

Sunil Grover effectively and effortlessly portrayed Gutthi in Comedy Nights With Kapil before leaving the show late last year. He has now embarked on his own show Mad In India, where he plays the character of Chutki. 


“I am saying this with not a shred of excessive humility, but the show belongs to the entire talented team. Upasana Singh who plays my Bua, Kiku Sharad who plays Palak ,Ali Asgar as Daadi and Sumona Chakravarty who plays my wife and, of course, Sidhu paaji (Navjot Singh Sidhu).” 

“I don’t know. Sunil has been around trying to find his bearings in the entertainment industry. He’s my senior. I’ve the highest regard for his talents. And I am not the kind to feel threatened or competitive about anyone.

“In fact, I go out of my way to ensure every member of my team has a chance to take centrestage, so I can relax. Sunil must have been provoked into leaving by people around him,” said Kapil Sharma, who launched Comedy Nights With Kapil on Colors in June last year.

Jo baat Gutthi mein thi hamare show mein, woh baat mujhe Chutki mein nahin dikhi (I don’t find Sunil’s Chutki act to be comparable with his Gutthi on my show).

Mad In India went on air on Star Plus on February 16.


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