Salman Khan lends 'Bigg Boss 7' set to Kapil Sharma for 'Comedy Nights With Kapil'

Kapil SharmaKapil Sharma with Kangana Ranaut. (Photo: Twitter)

Here's a new example of Salman Khan's generosity, as the 'Dabangg' Khan lent the sets of reality show 'Bigg Boss 7' to comedian Kapil Sharma's show 'Comedy Nights With Kapil'.

A massive fire had broken out recently on the sets of hit show 'Comedy Nights With Kapil' at Goregaon Film city. However, there were no casualties in the mishap.

Salman Khan, who had invited Kapil Sharma on the opening night of the seventh season of 'Bigg Boss', has given a portion of his set, situated in Lonavala.

Kapil Sharma, who will be hosting Akshay Kumar and Kangana Ranaut on the new sets of his show tweeted:

While Akshay Kumar is set to promote 'Boss', Kangana will be seen promoting her film 'Rajjo'.

Prior to this actor Shah Rukh Khan had offered help to Kapil Sharma. " Shah Rukh Khan, Rohit Shetty and lot of people from the industry called me and said 'hum tumhare saath hai, batao kitne din mein set khada karna hai' (we are with you, tell in how many days the set has to be put up). The industry is like a family," Kapil Sharma said.

"I got a call from Lataji and she asked if I need any kind of help, whether monetary or anything. She asked what can I do for you... Her call was a big thing," Kapil said.

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