Kapil Sharma is MISSING post Twitter rant, failure of 'Family Time With Kapil Sharma'?

12 April 2018, 12:12 PM
What! Kapil Sharma goes MISSING post Twitter rant, failure of 'Family Time With Kapil Sharma'?
What! Kapil Sharma goes MISSING post Twitter rant, failure of 'Family Time With Kapil Sharma'?

Kapil Sharma has been the talk of the town lately for all the wrong reasons. From his ugly Twitter rant with a journalist to the failure of his comeback show Family Time With Kapil Sharma, the renowned comedian has been having a hard time these days.

And while his celebrity friends have expressed their concern over his health and downfall, the recent buzz suggests that Kapil Sharma has gone missing.

According to a report published in Pinkvilla, Kapil has disappeared after his recent controversies wherein he apparently lodged a complaint against his ex-girlfriend Preeti Simoes, her sister Neeti Simoes and the journalist.

Notably, Kapil, who has been the controversy's blue-eyed child for a while now, made a comeback on small screen with his show Family Time With Kapil Sharma. However, the show failed to grab the desired the TRP leaving the comedian upset.

The media reports suggest that the makers have decided to put FTWKSS on hold due to lack of bank episodes. Besides, there won't be any shooting for the show in the month of April. 

“Producers Hemant Ruprell and Ranjit Thakur, plan to discontinue their association with the show but the set hasn’t been dismantled yet. Sony channel plans to wait for a few weeks and see how things pan out before taking the final call,” a source reportedly told a leading tabloid.

Although the makers are yet to take the final call on the future of Family Time With Kapil Sharma, the reports of the comedian going missing will indeed leave his tensed.

Only time will reveal what more twists are yet to be unfolded in the ongoing controversy over Kapil Sharma's show, personal life and his career.

First Published: Thursday, April 12, 2018 11:58 AM
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