The Kapil Sharma Show is back and so are its regular star cast including Bharti Singh, Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda, Sumona, and Chandan Prabhakar. As usual, Kapil continues to host his show and entertain the audience with his superb comic timing and standup acts. But even then, fans keep on inquiring whether there is any possibility of Sunil Grover making a comeback on the show.
And, that is because all the characters that Sunil played on Kapil Sharma’s Show became iconic. Despite Krushna Abhishek portraying Sapna or mimicking Amitabh Bachchan, fans still miss Gutthi, Rinku Bhabhi and Dr. Mashoor Gulati. So, who is better - Kapil Sharma or Sunil Grover?
When it comes to doing exclusive comedy, Sunil Grover is the best. He is just wonderful and impeccable in every character that he portrays. From his body language to dialogue delivery, the Sunflower actor is the master of comedy and never fails to trigger laughter among the audience. On the other hand, Kapil is more sort of a host than a comedian. Undoubtedly, he has one of the best comedy timings and presence of mind on stage.
He has also been good at portraying some different characters like Mr. Arora. But fans love him as Kapil Sharma for his hosting, his jibes, flirtations with actresses on The Kapil Sharma Show, and his leg-pulling with the audience. And that is why he was roped in as the host alongside famous Bollywood celebs like Karan Johar to host film-related award functions.
However, when it comes to comedy and playing characters, it is Sunil Grover who takes the cake. Even then, the Tandav actor has not been successful whenever he tried to do similar acts individually for other comedy shows like Kanpur Waale Khuranas and Gangs of Filmistan.
The reason can be because just like Salim Javed, it is the team of Kapil and Sunil that triggers the magic and is more impactful in the world of comedy. While individually both these superstars from the entertainment field have their own specialties, together they are unbeatable and hence fans always want the duo to share the stage.