Super comedian Sunil Grover has been active much on his Instagram keeping his fans entertained through the tough times of Coronavirus and quarantine. He keeps sharing hilarious photos and videos raking in some lovely comments from his fans.

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This time around he has uploaded a photo what seems to be a horoscope reading for all the sun-signs. But when you read them all of them have just one message to it, reading “You’ll be spending time in your home.”

Sunil Grover Shares 'Horoscope Of The Week' & You'll Be SHOCKED To See How True Every Sun Sign Is
Sunil Grover Shares ‘Horoscope Of The Week’ & You’ll Be SHOCKED To See How True Every Sun Sign Is

He has captioned the photo as, “Horoscope today for the week.” Check out the post below:

Sunil has been constantly making the headlines for his bittersweet relationship with Kapil Sharma. There also have been way too many rumours about him making an official comeback to the show. Though there’s nothing from his or Kapil’s side but fans are surely waiting to see him back on the show.

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He says that he loves playing women characters. The trend of male actors dressing up as women for tickling the funny bone should continue as long as people find it humorous and is done in a graceful way, he adds.

“It is way easier (connecting with women) for me than connecting with men. That’s why I become a lady on TV. I have played so many characters of women. I just love becoming a woman,” Sunil said in response to a question by IANS after an event by FICCI Ladies Organisation here.

He isn’t the only male actor slipping into a salwar suit or dresses for shows. Actors like Krushna Abhishek, Gaurav Gera and Ali Asgar have tried it too, to make the audience laugh. Now that Hindi TV shows have a good number of female comedians, isn’t it time for the funnymen to stop playing women?

“I think female actors should also play male characters. As long as people are laughing, doing it gracefully and nicely… For me, it’s not about a male or female. For me, it’s a character and it happens to be a female. I think I love playing that character. So I think I should do more of it,” said the comedian, who is also known for his characters Rinku Devi and Dr Mashoor Gulati.

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