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Sangati Jogwar

Much to the delight of fans, The Kapil Sharma Show will soon return to the small screen in a couple of months. The makers have already started gearing up for an entirely new setup. What is surprising though is that this time Kapil Sharma and his production team are interested more in introducing new talent from the field of comedy.

The famous standup comedian has already made an announcement asking aspiring comedians to send their details so that they can be introduced on The Kapil Sharma Show. Now according to the latest report, the makers want more new actors to join the comedy show and may not repeat the old star cast of Krushna Abhishek, Bharti Singh, Kiku Sharda, Sumona Chakravarti, and Chandan Prabhakar.

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While all these are just speculations, many believe that Kapil may not entirely rely on new talent and will try to combine good new comedians with a few old characters like Sapna portrayed by Krushna Abhishek, Baccha Yadav of Kiku Sharda, and Titli of Bharti Singh. However, there are strong chances that with the coming of new comedians, the entry of these stalwarts will be restricted.

Even then one person whose position on The Kapil Sharma Show is guaranteed is none other than Archana Puran Singh who is a permanent guest on Sony's show. Apart from that other actors will either will feature for a limited time period or will not be included on the show at all.

The characters like Sapna and Baccha Yadav had started becoming monotonous which can be one reason why Kapil is looking for new talent on his show. Even Asgar Ali who earlier played Dadi in Comedy Nights with Kapil quit the show because of creative differences as the character of Dadi had become quite monotonous.

Likewise, Sunil Grover who played Gutthi and Mashoor Gulati to the hilt after some time desired to drop that identity and do something more meaningful as an actor. Going in the same line, The Kapil Sharma Show might come up with new actors portraying new characters that would keep the TRP of the comedy show intact.

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