Fans supporting Sushant Singh Rajput started the trend #Boycott The Kapil Sharma Show on Twitter. Allegedly these fans do not have anything against Kapil Sharma. But they believe that some big people in Bollywood including Salman Khan treated SSR badly.
Those supporting nepotism pressurized a talented outsider like Sushant. Additionally, he lost a lot of movies because of them. They consider Salman Khan one of the few people who influenced these practices. Since the Dabangg superstar is one of the producers of The Kapil Sharma Show they want to boycott it.
The Kapil Sharma Show Topped TRP Charts On Its Return After Lockdown
Fans missed the show very much during the lockdown. Albeit they did have access to old episodes, everyone wanted to watch fresh episodes. That is why when the show returned with fresh episodes on Sony Television almost a month ago it reached the top in the TRP ratings. Importantly, the messiah of the migrant workers, Sonu Sood was the special guest on the show.
Lockdown took a lot from people. Many lost their jobs, some are facing pay cuts whereas many have lost their dear ones. In such a scenario The Kapil Sharma Show offers relief to the fans from their grief. Also, most of the other shows are monotonous or melodramatic that appeal to a very small segment of the audience.
Kapil Sharma's show in particular is loved by one and all. During the last few episodes, the audience related through video calling how they missed the show. Of course, there are many who are against Salman Khan. Since the superstar is the co-producer of the show a few are trending #Boycott The Kapil Sharma Show. But the trend is dying down quickly as the love fans feel for Kapil Sharma is much more than their hatred for Salman Khan.
Also, many fans believe that Salman treating Sushant badly is just a rumor. Rather the superstar treated SSR as a friend on many occasions. An almost equal number of viewers are supporting Salman Khan and the show against those wanting to boycott it.
The Kapil Sharma Show airs on Sony Television every weekend at 9.30 pm. The upcoming episodes will have the frontline warrior as the guests who will interact with the audience through video calling.