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Is Kapil Sharma having trouble handling success?

Kapil's controversial demeanour is a reflection of his constant struggle in dealing with stardom

Avantika Bhuyan 

On March 20, a day after Yogi Adityanath took over as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, reports of another drama, which happened 30,000 feet in the air, would send the social media into convulsions. The crew of The Kapil Sharma Show, the popular laugh-fest on Sony TV, was on Air India’s flight AI 309 from Melbourne to Mumbai. According to various media reports, Kapil Sharma, the host of the show, was inebriated and didn't take nicely to his staff eating before him and vented his spleen at Sunil Grover, the key performer after Sharma, and others.   Details of the spat ...

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First Published: Fri, March 31 2017. 23:11 IST
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