Kapil Sharmas New York show postponed know what is the matter

Kapil Sharma’s New York show postponed, know what is the matter

Kapil Sharma's New York show postponed, know what is the matter

Kapil Sharma’s New York show postponed – Humorist Kapil Sharma is on a worldwide visit these days with the cast of his show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. Kapil is accompanied by Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda, Sumona Chakraborty, Chandan Prabhakar and Rajeev Thakur. Kapil is doing shows in America and Canada with his teammates, but in the meantime Kapil’s concert is in the news again, as two of his shows in New York have been postponed.

Kapil Sharma was supposed to do two shows in New York. One on July 9 and the other on July 23, but both the shows have been postponed. Nearby advertiser Sam Singh has given this news to the fans by sharing a post via online entertainment.

The shows were to be held on July 9-23
Promoter Sam Singh wrote in his post, ‘The Kapil Sharma Show which was scheduled to take place on 9th July at Nassau Coliseum and 23rd July at Q Insurance Arena has been postponed due to scheduling dispute. Tickets purchased for these Kapil’s shows will be valid till the reschedule date. If you would like a refund, please contact where you purchased your ticket.

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Show will be held on new date
When Sam Singh was talked about this issue, he told ETimes that it is our internal decision that we will show the new date. It doesn’t have anything to do with any phony case. It is to be known that SAI USA Inc had filed a lawsuit against Kapil Sharma for breach of contract during the 2015 North America tour. The company had alleged that Kapil used to get paid for 6 shows, but he did only 5 shows.

This is the allegation on Kapil
Let us tell you that well-known American promoter Amit Jaitley has alleged that Kapil had signed 6 shows in North America in 2015, for which Kapil was also paid money. Be that as it may, Kapil didn’t act in one of the six urban areas.

Promised to compensate
He told that Kapil had guaranteed us to pay the harms. The matter is still ongoing in New York. There has been no response from Kapil Sharma regarding this matter.

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