"Looking forward to my trip to Kathmandu tomorrow after a gap of 25 years. It will be fun to stage 'Kuch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai' my play there. My love to people of Nepal," he posted.
The one-man play, sometimes sad, sometimes comic, is a sketch of Kher's life. It is the journey of a man who should have been a failure, but he manipulates his destiny and forces it to make him a success.
Last year, the play had completed its 300th show in Mumbai and the actor dedicated the success to his late father Pushkar Nath Kher.

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