Sunil Grover, who has created quite a buzz with his comeback episode on the popular comedy show "Comedy Nights With Kapil" ("CNWK"), says that dressing up like a woman has its own advantage.
"Dressing like a woman has its perks. Girls tend to forget you're a guy," Hindustan Times quoted the actor. Grover, with his character Gutthi is quite popular among his fans, and says it was inspired by women from his hometown. "I come from a small town where my school did not have a lot of girls. Gutthi is based on them and other women I encountered throughout my life," he says.
However, the comedian also agrees that dressing up like a woman is pretty difficult and he adds that it is difficult to remove Kajal.
The 100th episode of "CNWK", which had Dharmendra and Poonam Dhillon as chief guests, saw the return of Grover. As Kapil's ever cash-strapped and whacko father-in-law, the actor delivered a genuine performance. With a disheveled wig and ill-fitted clothes, he looked quite the part.
Grover, who became immensely popular because of his incredible comic-timing and charming portrayal of village girl Gutthi, had quit "CNWK" and moved to "Mad in India." But the show, hosted by Manish Paul, fizzled out and Grover's new character Chutki failed to create any stir.
Grover's exit from the show triggered a stir on the web, who apparently had an ego clash with Kapil Sharma, the host of the show, according to reports. Due to creative differences, he reportedly left the show to make a mark in the world of comedy all by himself.
But now, all seem to be well between the two as Grover told HT, "Kapil and I quite like each other and have a comfort level with each other on stage. This time around, I intend on staying on the show for a while."
While Grover posted on Twitter about his comeback episode, Sharma tweeted, "Welcome back @WhoSunilGrover aap aye hain comedy nights me.. Phool khile hain gulshan gulshan.. Hahaha."