Sunny Leone to appear as first guest on The Kapil Sharma Show; new season premieres on 29 December

The Kapil Sharma show has been backed by Salman Khan and includes Bharti Singh, Krushna Abhishek, Sumona Chaktravarti and Kiku Sharda among others.

101 India December 29, 2018 11:34:29 IST
Sunny Leone to appear as first guest on The Kapil Sharma Show; new season premieres on 29 December

Kapil Sharma's comeback show on television will go air on 29 December. Sharma's fan following is no secret. Most followers were eagerly awaiting the comedian's reprisal of the hilarious talk show host who puts his audiences and star guests in rib-tickling situations. Amidst fanfare and Kapil's recent wedding, there have been pictures which reveal that the first guest on the show is going to be actress Sunny Leone.

The few clips and images that are doing the rounds on social media show the two gracing the stage of the new talk show and having a rollicking time.

Kapil's previous spot on television (Family Time With Kapil Sharma) started witnessing low ratings and then the shooting was ultimately cancelled and the show was pulled off air. He returns on television after many months with the second season of The Kapil Sharma Show. 

The new show has been backed by Salman Khan. The actor shared the show's poster on Twitter, asking his followers to catch Kapil's second innings on television. The team for the new show includes Bharti Singh, Krushna Abhishek, Sumona Chaktravarti, Kiku Sharda and Rochelle Rao among others.

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