After being hospitalized a few weeks back citing low sugar and high blood pressure, Kapil once again was rushed to the hospital after he fainted on the sets right before they were going to shoot an episode with Jab Harry Met Sejal's director Imtiaz Ali and Shah Rukh Khan...
According to a report in Bombay Times, Shah Rukh Khan was all set to make his appearance on The Kapil Sharma Show, but the episode couldn't be shot. Reason: Kapil Sharma fainted backstage right before the shooting was about to begin and had to be rushed immediately to the hospital.
Kapil Sharma And Shah Rukh Khan On The Kapil Sharma Show
A source from the sets of the shoot informed, "SRK was ready to commence shoot. However, he had to leave without shooting as Kapil fainted and was in no condition to shoot the episode. Kapil complained of feeling uneasy while reading the script with his co-actors and left for a check-up. He has been hospitalised again. We will be rescheduling the shoot sometime next week."
The report in Bombay Times also stated that not just SRK, even director Imtiaz Ali was present on the sets for the shoot. The actor-director duo was present to promote their upcoming venture Jab Harry Met Sejal. The film is set to hit theatres on August 4 and the makers are not leaving any stone unturned to promote the venture.
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Coming back to Kapil, the comedian was hospitalised a few weeks back also for low sugar and high blood pressure. It had so happened that the comedian had to shoot an episode with Paresh Rawal, who was there to promote his recently released film Guest Iin London but soon after he reached the set, Kapil complained that he was feeling unwell and was then rushed to a hospital in Andheri.
Well, looks like Kapil’s health is taking a toll on him. Take it easy Kapil!
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