Comedian Kapil Sharma is set to make his Bollywood debut with director duo Abbas-Mustan's untitled film. The TV star says he is looking forward to it and says he will start shooting for the film in November.
"I will start shooting in November for Abbas-Mustan's film. The title of the film has not been decided yet," Kapil said at the music launch of the film Marudhar Maro Ghar where he was present to support his friend and colleague, singer Raja Hasan.
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Earlier, Kapil Sharma was expected to debut with Yash Raj Films' Bank Chor. However, he was ousted from the project and Riteish Deshmukh replaced Sharma. The reasons for the decision remain undisclosed.
Kapil is currently focussing on his show Comedy Nights with Kapil. He is also all set to take his comedy show overseas. The shooting will start with a special episode slated to be canned in Dubai on September 5. "We were thinking what next we can do with Comedy Nights with Kapil, so we are doing a live show of this in Dubai," said Kapil, whose popularity soared following the success of Comedy Nights with Kapil.
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The TV star certainly has bigger plans for his show. "After that we will have live shows in London, Canada, America, Australia and New Zealand," he added.