Kapil Sharma on 'film boycott calls': Kapil Sharma needs no introduction. The comedian-actor is all set to make his comeback on the silver screens with the film 'Zwigato', recently shared his opinions on 'Boycott trends' of Bollywood films.
The actor and comedian Kapil Sharma claimed that he thinks that the current 'boycott movement' against Bollywood movies was 'just a phase'. Kapil Sharma also said that he must be kept away from Twitter citing his last controversy.
Kapil Sharma was recently questioned about his opinion on the calls for a boycott of his friend Akshay Kumar's movie 'Raksha Bandhan' during a fashion event. The host of 'The Kapil Sharma Show', however, claimed that he had not heard of any such boycott movement and that he personally decided to avoid using Twitter.
“Maine to nahi suna unki koi movie boycott hui. Sir, ye Twitter ki duniyaa se mujhe door rakho. Mai badi mushkil se nikla hoon” said Kapil.
In the meantime, Kapil Sharma will be seen in a different avatar in his upcoming comedy show 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. However, Krushna Abhishek has clarified that he won't be travelling back with the group. The actor said that he left the show because of concerns about his pay.
Apart from this, Kapil Sharma will be seen in the movie 'Zwigato', which is directed by Nandita Das.