Chandan Prabhakar is back on The Kapil Sharma Show. Shoots a gag with the team

first_img India Today Web Desk New DelhiMarch 13, 2019UPDATED: March 13, 2019 20:57 IST Chandan Prabhakar with The Kapil Sharma Show team. Picture courtesy: Instagram/kapilsharma_universeChandan Prabhakar who went missing from The Kapil Sharma Show is back. The comedian who plays Chandu in the show recently shot for an episode where he is dressed as an old lady in a yellow salwar suit.Kapil Sharma shared the image and wrote, “Shooting gags is always fun @bharti.laughterqueen @chandanprabhakar @kikusharda @sumonachakravarti @rajivthakur007 #sunnybhaiya #fun #laughter #comedy #madness #tkss #thekapilsharmashow @sonytvofficial.”View this post on InstagramShooting gags is always fun @bharti.laughterqueen @chandanprabhakar @kikusharda @sumonachakravarti @rajivthakur007 #sunnybhaiya #fun #laughter #comedy #madness #tkss #thekapilsharmashow @sonytvofficialA post shared by Kapil Sharma (@kapilsharma) on Mar 13, 2019 at 5:28am PDTIn the picture Chandan in an old lady while Kapil is dressed as an old man in a groom’s clothes. Comedian Rajiv Thakur sports pink and green mohawk. Just a look at it will leave you in splits. According to reports, the episode was shot today.Recently, when Chandan went missing from a few episodes, one of his fans took to social media to ask him if all is well and asked him to come back on the show. Chandan replied to the fan saying: “Hello ekta…thanks for the love…well I m nt missing episodes intentionally…my character n my acting might not be working that’s why they are not putting me in the episodes…well lots of love n best wishes for you also…” (sic)There were rumours that all is not well between Chandan and Kapil Sharma. However, look like everything is sorted between the two.advertisementAlso read | Chandan Prabhakar is missing from The Kapil Sharma Show for this shocking reasonAlso read | The Kapil Sharma Show: Kapil sings romantic number for wife Ginni Chatrath. Watch aww-dorable videoGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byshweta keshri Tags :Follow Chandan PrabhakarFollow Kapil SharmaFollow The Kapil Sharma Show Next Chandan Prabhakar is back on The Kapil Sharma Show. Shoots a gag with the teamChandan Prabhakar who is an integral part of The Kapil Sharma Show had gone missing from the show.advertisementlast_img read more

IMF approves US 4150 million for Lanka

“The ongoing FSAP update is assessing potential vulnerabilities in the financial sector. The authorities should remain vigilant for systemic risks, and recommendations in the update can be used to strengthen the financial system further.“The Sri Lankan authorities have undertaken substantial macroeconomic policy adjustments to stabilize reserves. It will be important to continue macroeconomic stabilization and structural reforms efforts, in particular maintaining exchange rate flexibility while building international reserves, given the uncertain global outlook. A successor arrangement with the Fund would provide valuable support to the authorities in these endeavors.” Following the Executive Board’s discussion on Sri Lanka, Naoyuki Shinohara, Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair, stated: “The current monetary policy stance is appropriate, and monetary conditions should remain firm in the near term given high headline inflation and possible second-round effects. With a flexible exchange rate regime, monetary policy can increasingly focus on inflation control to achieve broader macroeconomic stability while allowing the exchange rate to act as a buffer for external shocks. Foreign exchange market intervention should thus be limited to smoothing excessive volatility, and steps should be taken to gradually deepen the foreign exchange market.“The slowdown in economic activity and declining imports are adversely affecting fiscal revenues, while interest payments on government debt are higher than budgeted. The authorities are committed to meeting their 2012 deficit target by restraining expenditure, but a redoubling of effort to strengthen revenue administration is needed. Furthermore, continued structural reforms are required to put state-owned energy enterprises on a sound financial footing. The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday completed the eighth and final review of Sri Lanka’s economic performance under a program supported by a Stand-By Arrangement (SBA).The completion of the review enables the immediate disbursement of an amount equivalent to US$ 415.0 million, bringing total disbursements under the arrangement to an amount equivalent to US$ 2.49 billion. “Following robust growth in the first quarter of 2012, activity has started moderating in response to policy tightening and weakening global demand. Headline inflation has increased, but core inflation remains relatively stable, while tighter monetary and credit policies have begun slowing credit and import growth. The external current account deficit is narrowing, and international reserves have stabilized. read more