Kapil Sharma confirms wife Ginni Chatrath expecting their second child; reasons why TKSS is going off air

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Ace comedian and host Kapil Sharma has confirmed that his wife Ginni Chatrath is expecting their second child. This comes after weeks of speculations and rumours that the actor-coemdian’s popular show The Kapil Sharma Show might be going off air in February.

In a tweet today, Kapil responding to a fan’s question about the show going off air said that he needs to 'be there at home with my wife to welcome our second baby'. However, he reassured his fans and told them the hiatus from the show is only for a short span of time. 

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After Kapil shared the good news, another fan asked him, "What you want for anayra, baby brother or sister? #askkapil (sic). To which he answered, "boy or girl, tandrust ho bus (sic)." The comedian wished for a healthy baby, be it a girl or a boy.

Earlier in January, Kapil had got the grapevine abuzz when he had tweeted, “Shubh samachaar ko English me kya kehte hain (what do you call 'good news' in English)?" Author Chetan Bhagat congratulated Kapil and wrote, “Congratulations ko Hindi mein kya kehte hain? Mubarak aapko bahut bahut (How do you say congratulations in Hindi? Many many congratulations to you)!”

A couple of weeks ago, Kapil had announced his upcoming project with Netflix in the most hilarious way where he struggled to pronounce ‘auspicious’. Sharing the video, he wrote, "This is the auspicious news. Don’t believe rumours guys, only believe me, I’m coming to @netflix_in . Soon (sic)!" Currently, there is not much news about Kapil’s project on Netflix. Recently he also launched a series titled Behind The Jokes With Kapil on his YouTube channel.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Kapil Sharma (@kapilsharma)

Kapil Sharma and Ginni Chatrath tied the knot on December 12, 2018, in Jalandhar. The couple welcomed their first child, Anayra on December 10, 2019.

(Source: Twitter)

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