The Great Indian Kapil Show Not Going Off Air? Here’s What Krushna Abhishek Says

Krushna Abhishek made a statement about The Great Indian Kapil Show going off-air, which signals the second season of the show.

The Great Indian Kapil Show is going off-air after completing a few episodes. Netflix promoted the show in a really exciting manner and gave this television show some more glamour by bringing it on OTT. The show started with the episode of Ranbir Kapoor, sister Ridhima Kapoor and Neetu Singh Kapoor. And it will end with an episode of a special guest singer, Ed Sheeran. The show gathered the ensemble cast of Kapil Sharma as a host, Archana Puran Singh, Kiku Sharda, Krushna Abhishek, Sunil Grover etc. Many of them confirmed that the show is going off-air, but Krushna Abhishek’s recent comment has brought some hope to the fans. 

In a recent spotted video by paparazzi, Krushna Abhishek was asked by the media about the show going off-air. Replying to it, Krushna Abhishek said that the show isn’t going off-air, but it’s just the season concluding. This drops a major hint regarding the next season of The Great India Kapil Show. Prior to Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda stated that the first season would only have 13 episodes. He mentioned that the second season was always meant to happen, and the entire team would again gather for the shoot of the second season. 

Earlier there were some rumors regarding the viewership of the show. It was said that the show wasn’t getting the expected views and hence, it is one of the reasons behind the show going off-air. But the crew denied it, stating that the show had good viewership. But definitely it might have had some amount of audiences as it shifted to OTT. When Kapil Sharma’s show was on TV it was accessible for many, but not everyone has the subscription of OTT platforms. Well, this will be the wrap up of The Great Indian Kapil Show, and soon it will come up with the second season without a large gap. 

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