Upasana Singh, who remained with Colors, when the entire cast of Comedy Nights With Kapil decided to do a brand new show on Sony TV, has quit Colors' Comedy Nights Live. The actress is not shooting from the past two weeks and doesn't wish to go back to Comedy Nights Live!
The actress, who played the role of Bua in the previous show, CNWK, said that she cannot divulge the details now and might address a press conference next week to talk about the same.
Upasana was quoted by a leading website as saying, "All I can say at the moment is that few things were not happening right and it will be sorted by Monday."
Apparently, Upasana is not happy with the way her character was shaping up. It is also said that the makers are yet to clear her dues.
In an interview to the leading daily, the actress expressed her interest to work with Kapil Sharma's team (The Kapil Sharma Show), only if they offer her a meaty role (and not a cameo). She said, "I have always had a good rapport with Kapil Sharma. I had an amazing time working with them. I became popular as Bua because of Comedy Nights with Kapil ."
She further added, "My character on CNWK gave me work satisfaction. Now, I am in such a position that I don't have to prove myself to anyone. I just want to do stuff that gives me work satisfaction. So, if something concrete and meaty is offered to me from Kapil's side I will definitely do it. I don't want to do a cameo just for the heck of it."
According to a report by an entertainment portal, post her exit from CNL, the actress was asked to sign a contract which states that she cannot join Sony Entertainment Television's The Kapil Sharma Show.
Looks like Colors doesn't want Upasana to work with Kapil's team, which is doing well in Sony TV. The channel rivalry seems to continue..
Earlier, it was said that the channel is not happy with the TRPs of CNL, and the show might soon go off air. But the host of CNL has denied the rumours. Now, with two big stars - Mika Singh and Upasana out of the show, it has to be seen how the show will fare on TRP charts!