- "I enjoy watching his show," said Lata Mangeshkar
- "Disappointing to hear that his show is no longer going to be telecast"
- "The show is coming back stronger than ever," said Kapil
"Yes, he is very fond of me. He kept insisting that I come on his show, lekin main wahaan kya karti? (What would I have done there?),"DNA quoted Lata Mangeshkar as saying. Kapil Sharma, who is currently in Bangalore at an Ayurveda clinic for complete detoxification, told DNA that his show will be coming back 'stronger than ever.'
"I want Lata didi to know that the show is coming back stronger than ever. I am here at an Ayurvedic clinic for 40 days of healing. I am already feeling the change in me. I promise I will come back stronger than ever," DNA quoted Kapil Sharma as saying.
Kapil Sharma also spoke about the various reports on his health issue and said that he 'needed a break' to get back in form.
"They talk about my health like qualified doctors. I am supposed to have gone mad. I want all my well-wishers to know that there is nothing other than overwork that is wrong with me. I needed a break. God has given me one," DNA quoted Kapil Sharma as saying.
Speaking to Bollywood Hungama, Kapil Sharma said that the actors were aware of his problem.
"Do you think I am so stupid as to turn away big stars like Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn? They all knew what my problem was. They all saw how I was suffering. They were all very caring. None of them minded. Only a section of the media made me sound like this arrogant monster that was using his health as an excuse to turn away stars just to satisfy my ego," Kapil told Bollywood Hungama.
The viewership of The Kapil Sharma Show started decreasing enormously after his infamous mid-air fight with Sunil Grover, who portrayed the role of Dr Mashoot Gulati on his show. Kapil allegedly assaulted and abused Sunil during a flight back from Melbourne. Following the spat between Kapil and Sunil, his co-stars Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar also quit the show. In June, Chandan Prabhakar buried the hatchet and returned to the show.
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