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A FIR was reportedly filed against the creators of Sony TV’s “The Kapil Sharma Show” for showing a scene in which the cast consumed alcohol while performing a scene in a courtroom.
The Kapil Sharma Show is back with a new season on Sony TV starting August 21st. Kapil, Krushna Abhishek, Bharti Singh and the other team members managed to tickle viewers with their comics. While the new season received good response from fans, the show’s creators got into trouble. A FIR was filed against the producers of “TKSS” for showing actors drinking alcohol in one episode while performing a scene in court, according to an Indian Express report.
Suresh Dhakad, a lawyer, filed a lawsuit against the creators of “The Kapil Sharma Show” in the Shivpuri District and Madhya Pradesh Session Court, according to the daily report. He accused the team of “disrespecting the court” in the particular episode, which he claimed aired on April 21, 2021. The original episode aired on Sony TV in January 2020, while the replay went on. aired earlier this year.
Dhakad also said that a case was recorded against Kapil and the director of Sony TV under the Excise and IT Law, according to the Indian Express report. The court will hear the matter on 1 October.
‘TKSS’ returns with a bang
Kapil Sharma took a break from the program to spend quality time with his wife Ginni Chatrath after the birth of their child. ‘TKSS’, which is one of the most popular non-fiction shows, returned to small screens last month. Bollywood superstars Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar appeared in the first two episodes of “The Kapil Sharma Show” in August. They promoted their respective films on the sets of the show.
In this comedy show you will also see Sumona Chakravarti, Sudesh Lahiri, Archana Puran Singh, and Kiku Sharda.
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