EXCLUSIVE: Kapil Sharma’s co star Chandan Prabhakar to play a villain in Firangi director Rajiv Dhingra’s next

Kapil Sharma, Rajiv Dhingra and Chandan Prabhakar have been associates from the ninth grade. Read on for extra particulars.

EXCLUSIVE: Kapil Sharma’s co star Chandan Prabhakar to play a villain in Firangi director Rajiv Dhingra’s next (Pic Credit: Kapil Sharma/Instagram)

In 2017, Kapil Sharma had featured in Rajiv Dhingra’s historical-drama, Firangi in which he had performed a man who needed to turn out to be a cop, however failed to achieve this each time he made an try for it. Now, Pinkvilla has learnt that Dhingra will quickly collaborate with the comedia’s The Kapil Sharma Show co-star Chandan Prabhakar for his next Punjabi movie. Titled Hotel Pyasa, the movie is being produced by Rajiv, Nitin Keni, Naveen Chandra and Shanti Bhushan Roy, and options Chandan because the lead antagonist. 

Confirming the information, Dhingra says, “Chandan plays a comic villain in the film, while Binnu Dhillon plays the main lead. Chandan plays a water mafia, who carries a group of hooligans with him all the time. He too was looking to play a unique character for a while now, and really liked this one. We start shooting for it soon, and are currently in the process of finalising the director.” Interestingly, Kapil, Rajiv and Chandan have been associates from the ninth grade. 

“We are from the same city and the same school. Kapil and I were in 9 A, while Chandan was in 9 B. Then we were together in the same college, did theatre together and later even got associated with The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. So we have always been a part of one group,” provides Rajiv. 

Moreover, The Kapil Sharma Show is reportedly on a break, and is anticipated to return to the small display after a few months. Meanwhile, Kapil is spending most of his time along with his new child.

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