in ,

Sony issues warning after Kapil Sharma cancels two shoots this week?

Standup comedian Kapil Sharma, who once ruled the Indian television and hearts of people, is making headlines for all the wrong reasons now a days. After Baadshaho actors Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi walked out of The Kapil Sharma Show (TKSS), Sony TV has issued a verbal notice to the comedy king, fresh reports suggest.

Furthermore, another episode featuring actor-politician Manoj Tiwari was also cancelled recently. Following these recent incidents, the channel officials have reportedly got angry with Kapil Sharma for his unprofessional behaviour.

Kapil, who is all set to make his second Bollywood debut with Firangi, was criticized by the channel for sending away stars in this fashion. dormitorios pequeГ±os para hombres solteros “The channel is very stressed after this recent incident. They have sent a verbal notice to him to pull up his socks. They feel they have been very accommodating so far but this is quite unacceptable. This is like a warning”, a source was quoted as saying to a leading daily.

Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi, Esha Gupta and Ileana D’Cruz came to the sets of the comedy show to promote their upcoming film Baadshaho. However, Kapil Sharma was not present at the shoot and, consequently the shoot was cancelled.

Apparently, the sources say that Kapil Sharma has been drinking and partying late. Hence, he is unable to get up on time and owing to his health issues, his body gives up. That affects his sleep and body clock making him sleepy and cranky on sets. In the past, it has been said that whatever happened with Sunil Grover was a result of Kapil’s drinking problem only.

However, Kapil spoke about his ill health recently and revealed that since he was working too hard and was busy with his upcoming film Firangi, his health has taken a toll. He laughingly said that depression is a big word and he is not suffering from it.

What do you think?

Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar’s 2.0 release POSTPONED ?

Aamir Khan’s Dangal takes Hong Kong Boxoffice by storm