Undoubtedly, Kapil Sharma is the most popular comedian in India. With his savage replies and instant humour, the man won millions of hearts over the years. And due to this reason, he is not less popular than any movie superstar. He has over 44 million followers on Instagram.
Talking of his career, Kapil rose to fame with the third season of “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.” Thereafter, the comedy king hosted various television shows in his career, including Comedy Cirkus, Ustaadon Ka Ustaad, Chote Miyan, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, etc.
And in 2013, Kapil grabbed the limelight at the national level with “Comedy Nights With Kapil.” After that, he started his own TV program “The Kapil Sharma Show” in 2016.
Besides all this, Kapil Sharma made his Bollywood debut in 2015 through a comedy-drama film “Kis Kisko Pyar Karoon.” And now, Kapil is back with his new film Zwigato. It’s a little serious film that shows us the story of a delivery boy who struggles to get ratings and incentives.
Watch the trailer here:
Apart from this, Kapil Sharma recently announced that he was offered nine Bollywood films with serious characters. Read his full statement here:
“All These Films Were In The Serious Zone,” Said Kapil Sharma
In a recent press conference, Indian comedian Kapil Sharma talked about the offers he got from Bollywood films. He said “After the trailer of Zwigato was released, I was offered nine films. And all these films were in the serious zone. But many of those writers weren’t serious about their own work.”
He continued, “I’m thankful to God for being able to do some good work and earn well by being within my own comfort zone. But if I’m required to step out of that space and go work under the scorching sun, the script should be good so that it feels worth it.”
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Kapil added, “I only want to do films that touch my heart. It was a priority for me and it will always remain a priority. I don’t want to do films just to earn money. I’ve earned enough. I’m very rich.”
‘Zwigato’ gave the actor a chance to step out of his comfort zone which made him proud, as he said, “It was extremely hot when we shot for Zwigato in Bhubaneshwar. But we knew that we were making a good film and it will be appreciated by the audience.”
“I knew that it will become a part of my body of work and my children will grow up and be very proud of me thinking that I did some good work in a film besides the fun things that I do on television.”