3 reasons why we think Kapil Sharma is trying to sabotage Sunil Grover’s Mad In India

The competition is going to get all the way more intense between the warring comedians today

After a heck lot of controversies, Sunil Grover has finally come up with his own comedy show titled Mad In India which will go on air today (February 16). However, it looks like Sunil‘s friend turned foe, Kapil Sharma has made all the arrangements to sabotage former’s new show. And here are three reasons why we think the host of Comedy Nights with Kapil doesn’t want Mad In India‘s opening episode to be a hit.

First, Kapil’s bachelorrette Pinky Bua (played by Upasna Singh)  in CNWK, who has been desperate to get married right from the very first episode, will finally tie the knot in tonight’s episode of the funny ha ha series. And the channel has created the most hype around it. So it’s pretty obvious that people wouldn’t want to miss the special episode. And as we had already told ya, Bua will get hitched to the character of Golden Bhai played by Razzak Khan. Anyway, coming to the point, we can’t ignore the fact that this move of Mr Sharma coincides with the premiere of Grover’s show on the rival channel. As they say in Hindi, daal mein kuch kaala hai.

Secondly, Kapil has made it sure that tonight’s episode of CNWK has dose of both comedy and naach gaana. While TV stars like Sargun Mehta, Ravi Dubey, Siddharth Shukla and Karan Wahi performed yesterday (February 15), we now hear that more of small screen’s stars like Rahul Mahajan and Roshni Chopra will shake a leg in tonight’s episode as well.

And lastly, the Shaadi Ke Side Effects co-stars Vidya Balan and Farhan Akhtar will also make an appearance on CNWK today, which will make people all the way more excited about the episode, hai na?

This is indeed a very smart and nasty move by Kapil, we must say. However, the television ratings on February 16 and days to come will decide which show will win the viewership race. Anyway, you tell us what would be your choice today – Pinky Bua’s much awaited wedding or Sunil’s continuation of the eccentric Punjabi girl (Chutki) act in Mad In India?