Kapil Sharma – easily among the most popular comedians in India – is in the news for all the wrong reasons. He reportedly got into an ugly fight with members of his TV show while they were returning from Melbourne. Kapil, who had one too many drinks, hurled abuses at Sunil Grover, Ali Asgar and Chandan Prabhakar as they were eating before him. Grover was deeply hurt by Sharma's behavior and decided to quit the show. Now, the shoot of The Kapil Sharma Show has stopped and there were rumors that the show would even be taken off air.
A fall out like this is nothing new though and has happened a few too many times. Here are a few other instances when the cast and/or crew members of a TV show simply couldn't get along.
Chevy Chase had his share of differences with the show’s creator Dan Harmon. One day, the actor walked off the sets and refused to complete his scenes. At the season’s wrap up party, Harmon gave a speech in which he insulted Chase in the presence of his family.
Two and a Half Men
We all know how the ratings of this show dropped when Charlie Sheen left the show. Ashton Kutcher, who sort of replaced him, tried his best but wasn't half as funny as Sheen. Charlie was thrown out of the series when he passed rude comments on creator Chuck Lorre.
Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion had brilliant chemistry in Castle but the actors were barely on talking terms. This is one of the reasons why Katic wanted to quit the show and the makers decided to pull the plug on it.
They may have played a couple on screen but once the cameras were off, Toral Rasputra and Siddharth Shukla couldn't see eye to eye. Their personal issues did cause a lot of problems for the crew.