New Delhi, July 5 -- Stand up comedian Kapil Sharma's big Bollywood dreams have gone kaput. His three-film deal with one of the top production houses of Bollywood has been called off, as per a statement.
As a result, he is no longer a part of his much-talked about debut flick, Bank Chor. If sources are to be believed, Kapil was apparently acting "too difficult and interfering", to the extent that he even wanted to make his own additions to the existing script. Some reports also suggest that the makers were not able to convince any female actor to play the lead alongside Kapil.
However, when we contacted Yashraj Films, their spokesperson, Rafiq Gangjee, said, "Yes, YRF and Kapil have decided to part ways overall. That covers Bank Chor as well as the three-film contract. It is a mutual decision that Kapil is no longer doing our film. The film is very much on and will now go on floors without him." Kapil was not reachable for a comment on the issue.