After creating a buzz with their ongoing cold war, Krushna Abhishek has admitted that he is open to work with his arch competitor Kapil Sharma.
Krushna and Kapil got embroiled into a tussle after Abhishek took over 'Comedy Nights with Kapil' post Sharma's fallout with Colors channel.
Since then, both the comedians were seen taking digs at each other every now and then.
But looks like Krushna Abhishek has decided to let bygones be bygones and is looking forward to work with Kapil Sharma.
However, he did compare their collaboration with that of Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan.
"People would be waiting to see both of us on stage. I think that would be like Shah Rukh and Salman doing a film together. That would be a lot of fun. That time will definitely come," Krushna was quoted as saying.
In fact, he even lauded Kapil for his work.
"I want to work with him because he is a great stand up comedian. I think he is a better standup comedian than all of us, as far as standup comedy is concerned," Abhishek added.
Krushna also stated that as far as standup comedy is concerned, Kapil is number one but it would be interesting to give him tough competition in acting.
"In acting, I could give tough (competition), but I consider him number one in standup comedy. It would be wonderful to share stage with him someday. I would love to. Now I don't know what Kapil says," he further says.
Krushna is currently shooting for Sony Max's show "Bittu Bak Bak". The show is a comic relief filler, formulated as spoofs on iconic scenes from Bollywood. On the show, Bharti Singh is seen as a mischievous student 'Bittu' while Krushna features as a teacher.