Comedian Kapil Sharma is known to the whole world for his skills, but in terms of talent, his wife is also no less than him and he has given proof of this in a recent video.
New Delhi: Kapil Sharma is not interested in any identity today. Everyone is crazy about his comedy. But in this case, the comedian’s wife is also not less than him and you will soon get an idea of this. Kapil Sharma’s wife Ginni stopped speaking to her husband on the Netflix stage itself.
Kapil’s Netflix Debut
People say that some stories are no less than a Bollywood film and apparently it was the same in the love story of Kapil Sharma and Ginni. The actor is gearing up for his much-awaited streaming debut on Netflix with the comedy special ‘Kapil Sharma: I’m Not Done Still’. It will release on Netflix on January 28. Kapil Sharma reveals how he met the love of his life. Both tied the knot in 2018. Kapil Sharma has also told his love story in a very wonderful way.
Kapil’s student was Ginni
Giving a funny glimpse of his life, Kapil Sharma said, ‘Ginni was in Jalandhar’s Girls College and was 3-4 years younger than me. I was doing my PG Diploma in Commercial Arts and was in need of pocket money. I used to always participate in theater and go to other colleges. Ginni was my student and was really promising. She was good at histrionics and skits and so I made her my assistant. Also she was from an affluent family.
Love the scooter
Kapil Sharma said, ‘I remember that she used to come to college every day in an expensive car and I used to ride my scooter. At first his heart fell on me, but I always doubted because of my class difference that anything could happen. A friend of mine also told me that Ginni likes me but I didn’t take it seriously. I never thought that anything would be possible between the two of us. But God is very kind, and I am lucky to have married him. He has always supported me a lot. I remember marrying him the first time I was going through a tough time and decided to fix things in my life. Today, I am lucky that I have got 2 lovely kids.’