Comedian Kapil Sharma is the king of perplexing his guests on his show, The Kapil Sharma Show. His last target was actor Arshad Warsi. The actor arrived on the show with the cast of his film, Durgamati. He was joined by Bhumi Pednekar, Karan Kapadia and Mahie Gill. As Kapil took turns taunting all of them, Arshad felt the worst burning.
In a promo for the next episode, Kapil is seen asking Arshad a hilarious question. “Arshad bhai, he spent the whole year locked up. There was no sequel to Golmaal this year, and there was no sequel to Dhamaal. So how did you pay them EMIs? ”Kapil asked Arshad as everyone laughed out loud, including Arshad.
Kapil mocked Mahie for her good looks and playing a CBI officer in the film. As for Karan, when the young actor asked Kapil what he thought of his work on the film, Kapil asked him, “What role did you play?”
Durgamati released on Amazon Prime Video on Friday. The film has received largely negative reviews. The Hindustan Times review read: “Durgamati, a remake of Bhaagamathie, is the kind of movie where the ‘scary’ sequences are hilarious and the attempts at humor are positively scary … There are long periods when Bhumi, like Durgamati, he launches himself into elaborate lectures on the character’s backstory – it’s like watching a terrible play by a single woman, chained to your chair by Jigsaw. And at other times, as if to quench your insatiable thirst for Coolie No. 1, Ashok peppers the movie with ‘comedy’ in the style of David Dhawan. “
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Bhumi plays a government official in the film, a former close associate of Arshad Warsi’s political righteous. She is locked in a haunted haveli where the spirit of an angry woman takes over her body.
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