Actor Karisma Kapoor and her father, veteran actor Randhir Kapoor, will be seen as attendees in the approaching episode of The Kapil Sharma Exhibit. A new promo has been shared online.
The movie started with host Kapil Sharma quizzing Randhir about the track Aap Yahan Aaye Kis Liye from Kal Aaj Aur Kal, which also showcased his estranged wife Babita Kapoor. One of the traces in the tune goes ‘shaadi ka iraada hai (I want to marry you)’.
Kapil questioned, “Yeh tale ki demand from customers thi ki aapke andar se nikli thi yeh demand from customers (Was this integrated in the script or was it your personal demand from customers that you expressed)?” Randhir quipped, “Meri demand from customers pehle bani hui thi isliye maine ki (I now required to marry her, that is why I was a section of such a tune).”
Randhir was also questioned if his father, late actor Raj Kapoor, would shoot for intimate scenes in entrance of him or uncover an justification to mail him away. Randhir explained it was all ‘acting’.
“Aise maine 1,500 romantic scene kiye hai. Kaiyon ke saath key definitely karna chahta tha (That way, I have performed 1,500 intimate scenes. I definitely needed to do it with some),” Randhir stated, leaving Kapil in splits and Karisma red-confronted. “Aur kaiyon ke saath kabhi nahi karna chahta tha (And there ended up some with whom I under no circumstances desired to do it),” he continued.
On Sunday, Karisma shared a picture with Randhir, and unveiled that they would before long be found on The Kapil Sharma Display with each other. “With my primary guy #papa #thekapilsharmashow #comingsoon,” she captioned it. Her younger sister, actor Kareena Kapoor, commented, “The loves of my lifetime.”
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Karisma also shared a driving-the-scenes online video from The Kapil Sharma Demonstrate, in which she was observed dancing with comedian Kiku Sharda, who was dressed as actor Sunny Deol. The two recreated the actions of the well-known music Yaara O Yaara from Jeet.