Kapil Sharma

Kapil Sharma

Star comedian and actor Kapil Sharma have unlocked up about one thing he loves more than comedy: his wife, Ginni. He is gearing up for his comedy exceptional ‘Kapil Sharma: I’m Not Done Yet’ on Netflix and spilled the beans on how he met the love of his life and what brought the two jointly.

Since then, the duo tied the knot in 2018 and has given us primary pair goals. The couple welcomed their first child in 2019, and their second was born last year.

Kapil talked about their romantic tale candidly and revealed why he initially felt it wouldn’t work out between them.

Kapil said: “Ginni Jalandhar ke girls’ college mei thi and was 3-4 years younger to me. Mai apna PG Diploma commercial arts mein pursue Kar Raha that needed pocket money (I was doing my PG Diploma in commercial arts, and I required pocket money).

“I was always participating in theatre and visiting other colleges. Ginni was my student and bright.

“She was good at histrionics and skits, and so I made her my assistant. Also, she hailed from a well-to-do family. I remember she would come in an expensive car every day to college, and I would ride my scooter.”

Kapil revealed that it was his wife who fell in love first.

“She fell for me first, but Mujhe hamesha apne class difference ke wajah she doubts the ki Kuch Bhi ho Sakta hai (I always doubted because of our differences).

“One of my friends even told me that Ginni likes me, but I didn’t take it seriously. I never thought anything would be possible between the two of us. But God has been very kind, and I’m lucky that I got married to her,” he added.

Kapil said that she has always been very supportive of him.

The comedian said: “I remember when I was going through a rough patch, and I decided to set things right in my life, marrying her was the first thing I did right after. Today, I’m lucky to have been blessed with two amazing kids.”

‘Kapil Sharma: I’m Not Done Yet’ was released on Netflix on January 28.

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