Published On: Thu, Aug 18th, 2016

2 Comedians refuse to shoot with top actor at Kapil Sharma Show


2 Comedians refuse to shoot with top actor at Kapil Sharma Show

MUMBAI: Following Kapil Sharma and Jacqualien Faernandez wedding at the Kapil Sharma Show surprised fans, a latest report from the sets of KSS that two comedians refused to shoot the show with one of the top Bollywood actor – Akshay Kumar.

The show has been quite popular in India for its host and his humorous articulations.  Just like other stars, the cast of Neeraj Pandey’s Rustom too made an appearance in order to promote their movie.

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While Kapil was once again flawless on his part with Akshay Kumar, Ileana D’çruz and Esha Gupta, but Ali Asgar and Kiku Sharda simply avoided them and refused to shoot with Akshay.

They refused to shoot because they were afraid! Yes, the duo was afraid of getting beaten up by the star as every time Akshay is part of the show, both Ali and Kiku end up being beaten by him as he performs various stunts on them! well this is Akshay’s way of showing his affection for them, reported the PinkVilla.

They cited their sources as saying, “Even though Ali and Kiku were on the sets, they refused to shoot for the episode as soon as they found out Akshay was on set. They refused to come on stage and were sitting in their room.

However when Akshay came to know about it, he went off stage to find the two.” Interestingly, they were dragged on stage by Akshay and a bodyguard.

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“The bodyguard even hit them while Akshay dragged them on to the stage. The entire scene was captured on camera and was shown to Kapil later. When asked why they refused to shoot, Kiku and Ali revealed that every time Akshay is on set, they end being beaten by the actor.

Courtesy: ARY

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