Veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha had warned comedian Kapil Sharma not cross his limits, while mimicking him. Not only Sinha even his daughter actor Sonakshi Sinha, had to reprimand Kapil for his jokes. “I am sporting enough to take it on the chin,” Shatrughan said, according to a report in India Today. “All the greats Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle, Amitabh Bachchan have mimics impersonating them. It is fine, as long as the mimicry does not cross the limits of decency. This happened to me when Kapil Sharma made fun of me on his show. My daughter Sonakshi even reprimanded him. The mimic should not forget that he is paying a homage to a man or a woman he or she admires. Limits of decency should not be crossed. Also, the mimicry should be restricted to the stage, and not taken out on the streets and certainly not into the Parliament.”
Kapil Sharma’s show was leading show on TV,but things started to fall after he often cancel episodes of his show, which he blamed on overwork and a packed schedule. It was later reported that the comedian suffers from alcoholism and depression.
Recently pictures of Kapil Sharma surfaced online, where he was seen shopping in Amsterdam’s supermarket. Kapil had put one weight, and it is visible in the pictures. The difference in his appearance was also noticed when he had landed in Mumbai in July. Kapil accepted on Twitter that his weight has increased, but he is looking forward to making some positive changes to his lifestyle.