BoycottKapilShow Trends On Twitter For Making Fun Of Arnab, Who Is Fighting For SSR

In an episode featuring Manoj Bajpayee, Anubhav Sinha, The Kapil Sharma Show recreated few clips of media following Sushant Singh Rajput and drug nexuses case in the last few months. This has offended a section of people on social media calling for boycott of the show.

Kapil Sharma and the team have been working relentlessly to ensure all the loyal fans get their dose of entertainment every weekend. The actor-comedian was back to the screen from August with his show The Kapil Sharma Show. The show featured Sonu Sood as its first guest followed by many yesteryear legends. A recent episode features Manoj Bajpayee and Anubhav Sinha wherein the team put together a spoof combining a few memes which went viral recently on social media.


The memes feature Arnab Goswami from his prime time show. TKSS team recreated a particular clip where Arnab hysterically mocked the drug addicts amid the drug nexus investigation is being conducted. Kiku Sharda, in particular, played the character of a news anchor during the spoof. They even recreated Arnab’s ‘Where are you Salman?’ clip with ‘Where are you doodhwala?’ Well, this did not go down well with a section of people on social media.


The fans have got offended with Kapil for allegedly mocking Arnab whom they see as the person fighting for Sushant Singh Rajput’s justice. Hence, they have been trending Boycott The Kapil Sharma Show on social media. Given that the show is being produced by Salman Khan Films (SKF), the same section has even dragged Salman Khan’s name in it and are claiming this to be a ‘cheap act.’

Meanwhile, Anubhav Sinha had shared a snippet from the show on Twitter and said that he had a good time on Kapil’s show. TKSS has been garnering good TRPs. The show airs on weekends. When the show first aired post lockdown, Kapil had shared all the precautionary measures being followed. Bharti Singh, Krushna Abhishek, Sumona Chakraborty also are a part of TKSS integral team.


Source: Free Press Journal