Kapil Sharma announces Netflix debut: 'It's close to my heart, can't wait to share with fans'
Though it is unclear whether Kapil Sharma's project is a comedy special, series, or film, it will premiere on Netflix in 2021.
Indian comedian and talk-show host Kapil Sharma has announced his debut project on Netflix. He took to social media to share the development.
Though it is unclear whether the project is a comedy special, series, or film, it will premiere on the streaming platform in 2021 globally.
Sharma said he is looking forward to his first-ever association with Netflix.
Talking about his Netflix debut, Sharma said in a statement, “I am super excited for my first-ever association with Netflix. 2020 has been a bumpy ride for everyone around the world and my motive is to make people forget their worries and welcome this new year with love, laughter, and positivity. I always wanted to be on Netflix but I didn’t have their number. It’s a project close to my heart and I cannot wait to share more details with my fans soon.”
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(With inputs from Press Trust of India)
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