Sunil Grover to come back as Dr. Mashoor Gulati

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Sunil Grover will be back as Dr. Mashoor Gulati
Sunil Grover will be back as Dr. Mashoor Gulati

New Delhi : Sunil Grover, who played Rinku Bhabhi on The Kapil Sharma Show, is all set to play Dr Mashoor Gulati for one more time. He had left TKSS after a flight-fight with the host Kapil Sharma.

According to a report of DNA, there are rumors that Sunil will be back as Dr. Mashoor Gulati. 

But the show will not be The Kapil Sharma Show instead it would be a special show to promote Salman Khan’s "Tubelight". The show will be hosted by Aparashakti Khurrana. 

There are also rumors that the special show will also have Sugandha Mishra, Ali Asgar and Sanket Bhosale in it. 

"Instead of getting Salman Khan on The Kapil Sharma Show, the channel decided to have this episode," DNA quotes a source.

There are also rumors that Sunil may get a chance to host his own new show all on himself.

"If he does, they’ll launch a comedy show with him. Discussions are on for it,” source added in the report.

 

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