Kapil Sharma recently watched his good friend Sunil Grover's show on Star Plus, Mad In India. And his reaction was that of disappointment and regret - Disappointed with the content of the show and regret that Sunil left Comedy Nights With Kapil for this show.
Sunil Grover, who became the most talked about comedian next to Kapil Sharma with his Gutthi act on CNWK, left Kapil's show for a show of his own with a rival channel. The show took shape and aired last Sunday, but the response it got was that the show was made with wrong intentions and the result extremely saddening.
Kapil in a recent interview with a leading website gave this answer of what he felt after watching Sunil's first episode, "All I can say is, he should have never left our show. Sunil was part of a very collaborative and creative team. We were all part of the success of our show. I am saying this with not a shred of excessive humility, but the show belongs to the entire talented team. Sunil was an integral part of the team."
Talking about Sunil's role in Mad In India, Chutki, he said, "Jo baat Gutthi mein thi hamare show mein woh baat mujhe Chukti mein nahin dikhi (I don't find Grover's Chutki act to be comparable with his Gutthi on my show). Sunil seems lost on the show."
Sunil Grover was rumoured to have got jealous of the success Kapil received with Comedy Nights and wanted a show of his own when he left the show. Talking about this Kapil said, "But is that his show? I couldn't see much of Sunil or Gutthi on it. I will repeat. Sunil should never have left Comedy Nights."