Here’s What Salman Revealed about ‘Bharat’ on Kapil Sharma’s Show

The Kapil Sharma Show Salman Khan adds spark to the proceedings in a rib-tickling episode

The Kapil Sharma Show Salman Khan adds spark to the proceedings in a rib-tickling episode

Salman Khan's production house is powering the TV show.

Kapil Sharma finally made his much awaited dhamakedaar comeback on the Indian television with the second season of The Kapil Sharma Show.

However, there are reports that the past of Kapil is still having an impact on his career, at least on his remuneration.

Earlier, Kapil used to charge somewhere between Rs 60-70 lakh per weekend episode, however, now, the comedian is only getting around Rs 15-20 lakh per episode. Not just that, apparently Bharti Singh and Krushna Abhishek also get somewhere between Rs 10- 12 lakh per weekend episode.

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When Bollywoodlife contacted Krushna Abhishek for a comment, the comedian denied the news as baseless and a mere rumour.

Now, Krushna has called all these reports false. They are all being paid well and happy working together. He also added that money is secondary for all of them. "No one can beat the fact that The Kapil Sharma Show is the biggest comedy show in the country". Kiku Sharda, Sumona Chakravarti, Chandan Prabhakar are a part of the second season, as is former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu. The show has not received the same kind of warmth or adultation that it once got. However, the final success or failure would be reflected only through the TRP report.

On yesterday's show, Salman Khan, Salim Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan gave us a laughter ride.

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