Confirmed: Sumona Chakravarti is back on 'The Kapil Sharma Show'
Sumona Chakravarti is back on The Kapil Sharma Show. Earlier, several reports claimed that the actress has left the laughter show, in which she portrayed the character of host Kapil Sharma's wife. To end the speculations, she has now shared a photo from the set announcing she is "back to work." Here are more details.
Archana Puran Singh also confirmed Chakravarti's return
Chakravarti's post was uploaded on her Instagram Story, which lasts for only 24 hours. In it, she was seen striking a pose with a crew member of TKSS. Talking about her, the show's laughter queen Archana Puran Singh told Aaj Tak, "If you think that Sumona is not in the show, then you are going to get a surprise soon." Naturally, fans are relieved.
Rumors started when Chakravarti was missing from 'TKSS' promos
"There is Sumona in the show but her avatar will be different, but we will have the same lovely Sumona," Singh further told the publication. Rumors about Chakravarti leaving TKSS began when she was missing from the photos, and promos of the upcoming season. Her cryptic Instagram posts added further fuel to the fire, as she had revealed being "unemployed" in one such post.
Meanwhile, Singh told what to expect from 'TKSS'
A few days ago, Singh posted a video on her Instagram account, where she said that the show is going to air "very, very soon." She also revealed what can be expected this time. "There is so much nayapan (newness) in the show, we have surprises for all of you. But we have the same old josh (energy) and bharpoor (full) laughter and entertainment."
You can watch her video here
The show is going to air on August 21
Produced by Banijay Asia and Salman Khan Television, The Kapil Sharma Show will also have Krushna Abhishek, Bharti Singh, Kiku Sharda, Sudesh Lehri and Chandan Prabhakar. The team has already shot episodes with the cast of Ajay Devgn's Bhuj: The Pride of India and Akshay Kumar's Bell Bottom. Reportedly, the highly anticipated comedy show is slated to air on Sony TV on August 21.Share this timeline