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Kapil Sharma not getting his wax statue at Madame Tussauds: Museum clarifies
The entire social media is abuzz with news reports that Indian stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma is getting his wax statue at Madame Tussauds museum in London. However, the museum authorities have clarified that they do not have any such plans currently.

Various media reports surfaced today in which it had been said that work on Kapil's statue has begun and it would be ready in about six months. Some reports also said that the same team, which flew down to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi for his statue, met Kapil for his.

But, when Indian English daily Hindustan Times asked about the same the authorities at Madame Tussauds said, "Thanks for getting in touch. We currently don't have any plans to make a figure of Kapil Sharma at Madame Tussauds London, but we will take the suggestion into consideration for the future, thank you. Once we have confirmed a new figure we always publish the news on our website and social media pages first, so stay tuned there to get the official up to date latest figure news."

Recently, Madame Tussauds has informed that it would unveil a wax statue of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in April.



The statue will feature Indian PM in a traditional Indian greeting with folded hands. It will go on display in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. According to Madame Tussauds the statue of Indian PM would allow guests to stand "shoulder to shoulder" with Mr Modi and grab a selfie with him.

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