Zee Media Bureau/ Gayatri Sankar
Mumbai: Helping someone in turning his agony into ecstasy isn’t an easy task. Making someone smile is an art. Comedians who excel in churning laugh riots are blessed with an uncanny ability to boost people’s morals with their hilarious performances.
The legendary Mehmood, Johny Walker were bestowed with such rare talent. You could do little but contract their contagious smiles. But such personalities are often lost in oblivion.
In the recent times, Kapil Sharma has emerged as a crusader against depression, for every word he utters succeeds in tickling your funny bone. His gags are funny and his performances thoroughly entertaining. His debut TV programme as a producer- ‘Comedy Nights with Kapil’- has all the ingredients of a super-hit show.
Among the various characters in the show, ‘Guthi’ essayed by Sunil Grover surfaced as a rare character with loveable peculiarity and coyness. In a short span of time, Grover has been able to connect with the audiences.
But his sudden exit from the show has led to massive speculations. The channel airing the show has even issued a public notice cautioning anyone and everyone to not copy the character of ‘Guthi’ as the intellectual property solely belongs to the producers of the show.
The big question is, will Grover be able to impress the audiences sans his ‘Guthi’i image?