. On Sunday, Kapil took to Instagram and shared a series of photos with his gang. All artistes can be seen dressed up in black attires. "new beginning with all the old faces#tkss #thekapilsharmashow #blessings #gratitude #comingsoon," he captioned the post.
New Delhi: Kapil Sharma has started shooting for his comedy talk show 'The Kapil Sharma'. The upcoming season of the show will feature Kapil's old friends and famous comedians Sudesh Leheri, Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda, Bharti Singh and Chandan Prabhakar. On Sunday, Kapil took to Instagram and shared a series of photos with his gang. All artistes can be seen dressed up in black attires. "new beginning with all the old faces#tkss #thekapilsharmashow #blessings #gratitude #comingsoon," he captioned the post.
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Recently Kapil went down memory lane and shared a priceless throwback picture from his theatre days. Kapil looks completely unrecognizable in the group picture. He also asked his fans to spot him. Sharing the throwback picture, the comedian wrote, "After finishing the rehearsals of our play, musical session with my team, find me in the picture? N write in comments below #old #memories #college #theatre (sic)."
Earlier, there were rumours that Archana Puran Singh, who is special judge at the show may not come back for the upcoming season as she is busy shooting for a web series. The actress has rubbished the gossip and said 'there is no truth to these rumours.'
On her return to The Kapil Sharma Show, Archana Puran singh told ETimes, "I am not aware of any such development. I am going to be part of the show in its upcoming season. Last year, too, such rumours had started when I was shooting for a film. This year, too, I was shooting for a series and people have assumed that I would quit the show. There is no truth to these rumours." She added, "I enjoy the humour and watch actors perform on stage. It is entertaining and the fact that Kapil chose me to be part of the show, is great. I look forward to be part of the upcoming season, too."