- "We'll discuss the possibility of a new show," said Kapil
- "Hopefully, we should be back together," he added
- "Rest of the cast are ready to come on board," he said
"The rest of the cast members are also ready to come on board," added Kapil, whose show regulars Chandan Prabhakar, Ali Asgar and Sugandha Mishra had quit in support of Sunil Grover. Kapil Sharma was well reputed both as a comedian and his show but witnessed a sudden dip in popularity after he allegedly threw a shoe at Sunil. Kapil was allegedly inebriated during a flight back from Melbourne and assaulted and abused Sunil on board.
Back in 2014, Sunil had also quit Kapil's previous show Comedy Nights With Kapil to headline his own stand-alone series Mad In India. "This time too, I was sad that our issue had become so big that it had started affecting our friendship. I tried explaining to him that everyone makes mistakes and I too had committed one. But he wouldn't have any of it," Kapil told mid-day.
Kapil Sharma is currently gearing up to release his second Bollywood film Firangi, which is scheduled to hit screens on November 24.