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Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma, who is coming up with a new show The Kapil Sharma Show after infamously falling out with Colors channel, stated that there were no hard feelings with the TV channel or with any of its officials.

Kapil came into the limelight through Colors show Comedy Nights With Kapil but the show was replaced by Comedy Nights Live after the ace comedian had a fall-out with Colors channel officials for various reasons.

Kapil is now coming up with The Kapil Sharma Show on Sony Entertainment Television.

Asked about his relationship with the officials of the Colors channel now, Kapil said that there was nothing to talk about as everyone was ‘professional’.

“There is no ill will, no hard feelings. They are professional people, they have to keep their channel functioning. It is fine as till the time we were working with them, we worked. But now we are working with another channel,” Kapil told IANS in a group interview.

A special episode from the Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon actor’s upcoming show airs on April 23. Shah Rukh Khan will appear as Kapil’s first guest. The show will also feature actors Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar, Kiku Sharda, Sumona Chakravarti and Chandan Prabhakar.

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The Indian Telegraph Sydney Australia

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