Comedian and actor Kapil Sharma has turned 41 today. Kapil was born on this day in 1981 in Amritsar. Kapil’s father was a head constable in the police and mother is a simple housewife. Kapil’s elder brother got his father’s job after his father’s death at a young age. Kapil worked in PCO and came to Mumbai after graduation.
Kapil made his debut with Punjabi channel MH One’s comedy show ‘Hansde Hansande Rao’. After this, the comedian got a chance to appear as a contestant in The Great Indian Laughter Challenge show in the year 2007, in which he also became the winner. After this Kapil never looked back. In the year 2013, Forbes magazine included Kapil Sharma in the list of top-100 celebrities. Recently Kapil was seen in ‘Zwigato’. It was not particularly liked by the audience. Kapil’s comic timing is superb. Although the popularity of Kapil Sharma is on the heights today, but at one time he has also done a lot of struggle.
Today he has wealth, fame and everything. When Kapil came to Mumbai from Amritsar, he did not have a place to stay. Kapil never knew that he would settle in the hearts of millions of people through comedy. But Kapil Sharma’s name has also been associated with many controversies. On the occasion of the actor’s birthday, we are going to tell you about one such controversy of his. When the actor asked the PM for proof of achhe din. After which Kapil had to face a lot of controversies.
Kapil Sharma asked PM Modi for proof of ‘Acche Din’
Kapil Sharma once tweeted tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi that ‘I am paying tax of Rs 15 crore for last 5 years and still I had to pay bribe of 5 lakh to BMC office to make my office. Are these your good days?’ After this, he went to Maldives to avoid controversies but people trolled him fiercely on social media.
Not only this, when Akshay Kumar reached Kapil’s show for the promotion of ‘Atrangi Re’. During this too, Kapil made fun of PM Modi’s interview taken by Akshay. In fact, Akshay Kumar had requested Kapil Sharma and his team not to telecast the joke made on PM Modi. But it went on air. Thereafter, Kapil apologized by tweeting.
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