‘I’m Not Done Yet,’ Kapil Sharma’s stand-up special, is almost ready. It will be his life storey, told his way, according to the actor-comedian. From January 28, the special will be available on Netflix.
After a successful run on television with The Kapil Sharma Show, comedian-actor Kapil Sharma is preparing to release his first stand-up special, I’m Not Done Yet, on Netflix. “I’ve been in the industry for over 25 years, and 15 of those years have been spent on television.” Actually, I’ve never taken comedy seriously because Punjabis are constantly joking around. It’s a natural reaction. “I had no idea it was something you could get paid for,” Kapil said in a video he posted to his social media accounts.
“In every artist, there’s an inner voice that says, ‘I’m not done yet.'” ‘I’ve got to get something else done.’ But where are you going? As a result, I was drawn to Netflix’s platform. “They said they’d like to hear my storey,” Kapil explained, adding, “You could say this is my storey told my way.” He also stated that he will be heard singing during the show. He also made it clear that he will be singing in English. We meet Kapil in the video in the same way that the audience has admired him for years. He can be seen joking around with Netflix employees as well as his make-up artists.
Kapil says at the end of the video that the audience will see a lot of new things in his stand-up special. He expressed his excitement for the audience to see the show, which will be available on Netflix starting January 28.
Later, Kapil Sharma showed a clip from his stand-up routine in which he discussed his infamous drunken tweet to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “I left right away for the Maldives, where I stayed for 8-9 days.” I requested a room without internet as soon as I arrived in the Maldives. ‘Have you married?’ they inquired. ‘No, I just tweeted,’ I replied. My stay cost me Rs 9 lakhs, money that I didn’t put towards my education. “I want to sue Twitter because that one line cost me that much,” he revealed. He claimed that Twitter should have forewarned his followers that it was a “drunk tweet.” He finished by saying that while some of the tweets are his fault, others are the result of liquor companies.
Kapil complained about BMC in a 2016 tweet to the Prime Minister. “I am paying Rs 15 crore in income tax for the last five years n still have to pay 5 lacs bribe to BMC office for making my office @narendramodi,” he tweeted.
“Amritsar ki galiyon se Mumbai ke sets tak (From the streets of Amritsar to the sets of Mumbai), Kapil Sharma has been entertaining us for a while now, but he is not done!” read the Netflix synopsis of Kapil Sharma’s show. Our favourite comedian is ready to tickle your funny bones once again, this time on Netflix with his first comedy special. Kapil Sharma: I’m Not Done Yet, which will be released on January 28, 2022, will show Kapil in a new light.”