Kapil Sharma Shares Video With Krushna Abhishek As Latter Addresses Rift Rumours

Kapil Sharma Shares Video With Krushna Abhishek As Latter Addresses Rift Rumours

New Delhi: Krushna Abhishek recently confirmed that he will not be a part of the upcoming season of The Kapil Sharma Show. While the actor had hinted that he is not doing the latest season over a pay dispute and contract agreements, there were also reports of a rift between Krushna and Kapil. 

Krushna in an interaction with the media dismissed the rumours and also revealed that they all are leaving for Australia together. He also hinted that he might be back on the show 

“Koi nahi, hum aaj raat ko jaare hain Australia saath mein. Kapil aur main pata nahi kya afwaahe hain ki aisa hogaya waisa hogaya. Theek hai. Koi issue nahi hai. I love him, he loves me. Mera bhi show hai woh, I will be back again (Nothing, we all are leaving for Australia tonight. I don’t know why there are rumours are about me and Kapil….It is my show as well and I will be back again),” Krushna told the media. 

Meanwhile, Kapil Sharma, who has flown to Australia with Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda, and Chandan Prabhakar, shared a video of Krushna trying massage at the airport lounge. 

Sharing the video on Instagram, Kapil Sharma wrote, “mufat ki massage (free massage) @krushna30 #kslive #kslive2022 #flying #australia.”  

The video shows, Krushna getting a foot massage and asking the masseuse about the charges for the foot massage. She informs him that the first 15 minutes of massage is free post which it is chargeable. When Krushna asks her about how long he has been taking the massage, she replies, “15 minutes.” Listening to this Krushna immediately jumps out of the massage chair, leaving Kapil Sharma and Kiku Sharda in splits.  

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The video has got around 1.4 million views till now and fans could not stop laughing at the video. 

The new season of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ will start airing from September 10.