Talking about his movie Firangi it didn't do well on the box-office and just earned up to Rs 4 crore in its opening week.
Mumbai: The exit of India's ace stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma from television was disappointing for his millions of fans.
Kapil Sharma's period action-comedy Firangi has received a lukewarm response on its opening day at the box office. A poorly made film, Tera Intezaar counts amongst one of the most ill conceived affairs of 2017.
Directed by Rajiev Dhingra, the film also stars Ishita Dutta, Monica Gill, Kumud Mishra and Edward Sonnenblick.
Kapil Sharma's first film was called Kis Kisko Pyar Karoon (2015), which was a super hit. The invitation was for the screening of Kapil's latest release "Firangi" and he has apparently sent it to the choreographer-director on Whatsapp, which she thought was extremely rude and unprofessional.
The Kapil Sharma Show went off air due to his bad health and even celebrities who wished to appear on the show to promote their films were disappointed.
Saturday too was by and large poor for Bollywood as even the combined collections of all Hindi releases couldn't touch the 5 crore mark. Its long runtime has been said to be another drawback for the film. Firangi has failed to impress the critics as well as the audience, especially because of the snail's pace at which the film's narrative moves forward.
Kapil Sharma has also been surrounded by a spate of controversies related to his work and personal life.