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Kapil Sharma to Make Comeback with New Season of The Kapil Sharma Show, Watch Promo

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The first promo of the brand new The Kapil Sharma Show is out. Watch it here.

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  • Last Updated: November 28, 2018, 11:59 AM IST
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Things are finally looking better for Kapil Sharma, who has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. He will soon be making his second comeback on TV with his popular celeb chat show The Kapil Sharma Show.

Sony TV dropped the first promo of the new season on its social media timelines on Tuesday. Unlike all the other promos of Kapil’s shows so far, it is emotional, portraying The Kapil Sharma Show as the great unifier, helping bring together Indians of varied classes, professions and ages together.

“Poore India ko ek saath hasaane aa raha hai #TheKapilSharmaShow! Jald hi sirf Sony par. @kapilsharma,” Sony captioned the promo.

Watch it here.

This is Kapil’s second attempt at making a comeback on TV. His previous outing, Family Time With Kapil Sharma, was plugged off air after only three episodes due to terrible ratings and Kapil’s unprofessionalism. He reportedly started cancelling shoots and made Rani Mukerji wait for hours.

Things spiraled downwards for Kapil after his big fallout with Sunil Grover and other cast members of his show when he physically assaulted Grover mid-air in March 2017, forcing Grover, Ali Asgar and Chandan Prabhakar to quit.

Meanwhile, on the personal front, Kapil is set to get married to his long-time girlfriend Ginni Chatrath on December 12. The comedian-actor made the happy announcement through an Instagram post on Tuesday. “Need ur blessings 😊🙏,” he captioned it.

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