The humor of Kapil Sharma has captivated audiences all around the world. Millions of individuals have been motivated by Kapil's path from contestant on a reality comedy show to host of his own program to shining on the big screen. The song ‘Alone’, which the comedian co-wrote with Guru Randhawa, marked his recent singing debut.
Recently, his significant film, ‘Zwigato’, made its theatrical debut. The films ‘Zwigato’ by Nandita Das, ‘Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway’ by Rani Mukerji, and ‘Kabzaa’ by Rani Mukerji were all released on Friday. Despite favorable reviews and media attention brought on by Kapil's appearance, the movie did poorly at the box office.
The film made Rs 1.84 crore on its opening weekend, but it took a significant hit on the first Monday, earning just Rs 25 lakh. Although the numbers at the box office continued to decline on day 5, according to the reports. However, early estimates indicate that the movie may bring in Rs 0.50 crores.
The action of the story, which is set in Bhubaneshwar, centers on Manas (Kapil Sharma) and his wife Pratima (Shahana Goswami) and how they manage to keep their bodies and spirits together to endure the economic crisis. The movie, which portrays the plight of a migrant couple in the post-Covid era, is Nandita Das' clever perspective on the gig economy.