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Will Kapil Sharma Keep His Promise Of Visiting Bhubaneswar Soon?

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Bhubaneswar: India’s most popular stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma, will be visiting Bhubaneswar soon.

Responding to a tweet, the host of The Kapil Sharma Show asked a fan from Odisha to come to Bhubaneswar as he would soon be visiting the city. This has made the youngsters go crazy, anticipating a live comedy show in Odisha.

Another fan soon inquired about the date of his visit, “Kapil very soon mat bolo, date hi batado plz plz.”

That was on December 26 and Odisha is hoping that the actor-comedian keeps his promise.

Meanwhile, Kapil Sharma shared the teaser of his OTT debut Netflix stand-up special ‘I’m Not Done Yet’, which will be released on January 28.

Besides, Kapil Sharma’s untold story will soon be on the big screen with Fukrey fame Mrighdeep Singh Lamba helming his biopic titled ‘Funkaar’.

 

OB Bureau

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