Krushna Abhishek shares a pic with Bharti Singh from his new show;...

Krushna Abhishek shares a pic with Bharti Singh from his new show; fans ask him about TKSS shoot

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Krushna Abhishek shares a pic with Bharti Singh from his new show; fans ask him about TKSS shoot

Krushna Abhishek and Bharti Singh, who have worked in popular shows like Comedy Classes, Comedy Nights Bachao and Comedy Nights amongst others, have now teamed up for a new show Funhit Mein Jaari.

The duo is currently shooting for the show at a resort and Krushna shared a picture of Bharti and him on his Instagram. Within no time, the image was flooded with likes and comments. However, his fans were curious to know about the future of The Kapil Sharma Show and also asked him, if Bharti and he have quit the show.

In the image, Bharti, Krushna and Mubeen are seen dressed up as the CID star cast. Fans went on to praise the looks of the trio. Krushna in his post expressed his happiness of getting back to shoots and also talked about the precautions they are taking while shooting the show.

Krushna captioned the pic as, “Shooting after sooooo long. Things have changed on set sanitizing hands after every ten minutes keeping distance with others clothes r washed in every lunch and dinner breaks staff with kits totally covered and not hanging around with us . This is our upcoming show funhit mein jaari.”

For the uninitiated, Bharti and Krushna both are a prominent part of The Kapil Sharma Show. While Bharti plays the role of Kammo Bua and Titli, Krushna essays the character of Kapil’s cousin Sapna.

Meanwhile, the team of The Kapil Sharma Show are planning to start work by mid July. This time around, however, all safety measures will be strictly put into place and the live audience will be done away with. A source close to the Mirror informed, “The team has already started prep to resume shooting by mid-July.

The scripts and gags for multiple episodes have been locked and the entire team of artistes, including Kapil, Krushna Abhishek, Bharti Singh, Chandan Prabhakar and Kiku Sharda, has been rehearsing through virtual conferencing.”