Heard about the un-famous Akhay Kumar-Kapil Sharma controversy. The B-world had all the gossips from the deepest of the oceans in the film world, alleging Kapil of having an unprofessional behavior. Well, it all started when Kapil had to attend Akshay Kumar's 'The Great Indian Laughter Challenge' to promote his upcoming Bollywood flick 'Firangi' but had to cancel the shoot at the last moment due to serious health concerns. This ignited all the late rumors of Kapil going all egoist amidst his success. Even earlier Kapil had to cancel his own show 'The Kapil Sharma Show' citing his health, also when it was megastars such as Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgan coming to promote their movies to his show. But as the recently launched amateur, Indian media channels are in its teen and is yet to step into maturity Kapil was anonymously made a trial by the media even though there was no judiciary involved in this case. And now Kapil is back with a bang and has slapped a perfect answer to all the unprofessionalism in the media with his professional ethics. You read it right! The ace-comedian-actor was on the sets of Akshay Kumar's 'The Great Indian Laughter Challenge', a picture of him along with the national awardee actor is making rounds on the social media proving he is every bit of a professional. A perfect example of the amateur media channels that the previous of his failures were not failures but actual serious health concerns rounded and balked by media. Producer Ashwini Yardi also took it to Twitter sharing the image from the sets of the comedy reality show. Kapil's film has been already sent for a film certification to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for clearance. As the CBFC procedure has lengthened after a few change in the rules, it is possible that 'Firangi' could be preponed to December 1 amidst 'Padmavati' row as it will take a bit longer for the Sanjay Leela Bhansali's movie to gain a passing certificate by the CBFC.