Here's Why Sunil Grover's 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' Might Go Off Air Soon, Read Here

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Actor and comedian Sunil Grover's show 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' is said to go off air soon. Recently, 'the Kapil Sharma show' beat Sunil Grover's 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' in the TRP race.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Actor and comedian Sunil Grover's show 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' is said to go off air soon. 

In an interview with Pinkvilla, the actor revealed that he had signed up for a mini-series with the channel as he also has to shoot for 'Bharat'. Grover had signed the show for eight weeks only as his dates were booked for the upcoming film. He further added that he had made the same clear during the press conference and interviews. 

The first episode of the show aired featured none other than 'Simmba' actor Ranveer Singh who attended the show along with director Rohit Shetty.

The show also features Ali Asgar who was also part of the original Kapil Sharma shows along with Sunil. The first episode aired on December 15 and has since gripped the entire nation who seemed to be glued to their TV sets. 

Read: 'The Kapil Sharma Show' Beats Sunil Grover's 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' In The TRP Race, Read Here

The show also features Farah Khan, who previously shared a hilarious promo of the show where Ranveer can be seen laughing his heart out. 

The highlight though was the moment when he saw the imitation of his song Binte Dil from 'Padmaavat', where he could not control his glee on all the hilarity unfolding before him.

However, ever since 'Kanpur Wale Khuranas' has aired, the show has received very good responses from the netizens who seem to be really digging the show. 

Read: 'Paji' Sunil Grover Wishes Kapil Sharma On His Wedding, Ace-comedian Responds

Here are a few reactions! 

Read: Sunil Grover And Salman Khan Did Not Attend Kapil Sharma's Mumbai Reception, Here's Why



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