From dipping TRPs to the news of host Manish Paul quitting the show, nothing seems to be going right for Sunil Grover's show Mad In India. However, Sunil Grover doesn't seem to be affected by any of the above controversies and is confident about entertaining the audiences with his comedy show Mad In India.



"There are different opinions from different people. Some people not saying very encouraging things about our show and some simply love Mad In India. So it all depends from person to person. Every show needs some time to establish itself so give us time. We are improving with each episode and I am quite confident that we will be able to give the entertainment value to the show that is required," said the actor.

Sunil also says that he's not pressurized or bothered about the poor numbers, "I am an actor and my job is to perform so I am not bothered about the TRPs, TVT's or numbers. I am giving my 100 percent and I am very positive that the show will work. I can confidently say that the show has started doing good. It's marginally better than before. So we are going step by step."

His decision of quitting Comedy Nights with Kapil has been full of controversies and looks like there is no stopping it as even after his exit, the actor continues to be in the news. The recent being Sunil's good friend and onscreen rival's comment on his exit where the ace comedian said that Sunil shouldn't have left his show (Comedy Nights With Kapil). He also said he didn't find Sunil's Chutki act to be comparable with Gutthi on his show.

When we asked Sunil about his reaction on the same, he said, "Everyone has their point of view and I would not like to comment on it. All I can say is that thank you Kapil for watching my show." Sunil also rubbishes all the rumours of the show going off-air and that no big celebrity is interested to appear on his show Mad In India, "There's is nothing like that (Laughs). There's a separate celebrity management team who looks after all this. In fact today I got a call from two Bollywood people who want to visit the show. So please don't believe any such thing. The show is very much there and it's not going off-air for now," concludes the actor.