"It's good. Everybody has the right to do what they want to do," Kapil said here Thursday at the red carpet of the 9th Renault Star Guild Awards.
"Even I made my show after leaving another show ("Comedy Circus"), so he also has the right to do so. My best wishes are with him. I wish he does well," he added.
Kapil came in the limelight after winning the third season of "The Great Indian Laughter Challenge" and later he featured in "Comedy Circus" and its various seasons.
Kapil feels that "everybody who is talented has the right to rise."
Sunil, post his exit from "Comedy Nights With Kapil", was seen at award functions and reality shows.
His new show will go on air on Star Plus later this month. The promo of the show has been shot, but its title is yet to be decided.
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