Navjot Singh Sidhu quits The Kapil Sharma Show

By | September 21, 2016

The sets of The Kapil Sharma Show can no additional echo with the enduring laughter of Navjot Singh Sidhu. Sadly, the ‘guru’ of laughter has quit the show! Although there are speculation for a short while, concerning the center of the show, Sidhu, leaving it. Whereas we unbroken our fingers crossed, the sorrowful news was confirmed by Sidhu’s better half Navjot Kaur. Apparently, Sidhu took the choice, within the light-weight of the forthcoming Punjab assembly elections. Sidhu, the previous MP, is progressing to come to politics with a bang. We hear, the previous athlete turned politician can reach Amritsar on Oct 1 to start the campaign for his party, Awaz-e-Punjab. Navjot Kaur same, “Sidhu will now utterly focus on Punjab politics. Which is why he has recorded all the shows until 30th September and has already same goodbye to the cast.” Sources in Awaaz-e-Punjab also claimed that Sidhu is returning to Punjab politics full throttle, currently that his written agreement obligations with the hit comedy show finish in September.

Navjot Singh Sidhu quits


It’s quite comprehensible that the team of Kapil Sharma is sort of a family, who have fought many odds, overcame an unsightly public spat with a complete channel, and still managed to maneuver ahead with a loud laugh, and even going the viewer’s riant. A significant share of all the giggles visited Sidhu and his signature variety of humor and shayaris. When an in innings on the cricket field between 1983 and 1999, Sidhu retired however unbroken the association with the sport as a commentator. However, he became a ménage name for this generation with The Kapil Sharma Show.

And currently with his adieu, not simply The Kapil Sharma Show, however even the tiny screen can fall silent, a minimum of for someday. Sidhu’s absence on it huge animal skin chair are incomprehensible, for no one will replace him. Bear in mind however Mika Singh tried to try to that on the rival show however failing miserably? Such is that the aura of Sidhu. We already miss him and his “Oh guru, ho jaa shuru!”

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