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Archana Puran Singh blames makers of Comedy Circus for their bad editing, Here’s Why

The Kapil Sharma Show judge Archana Puran Singh has been very vocal about her points and opinions. Recently she slammed those who assume she has nothing to do on the comedy show except laughing. In a conversation with ETimes, she revealed how the makers used to edit the episodes in such a manner, that she was always seen laughing, after every act. 

She disclosed, “It is funny how because of bad editing skills, an actor has to pay the price. There is an old story that I laugh at the silliest of jokes. I want to finally clear that misconception once and for all!”

She further explained, “I judged Comedy Circus for almost 10 years and all the comedians, who are part of Kapil’s show, used to be very young then and performed in that show, too. When they cracked jokes, I used to laugh at some of them and just smile at the others, but when the episode aired, it seemed like I had laughed at the silliest of jokes.”

She further added, “The team used to edit the episode in such a way that my laughter was added to almost every act and even in places where I had not laughed. This was wrong because it made me look like I had even laughed at a boring joke when in reality, I hadn’t. I have nothing against the makers, but I am sad that the editing team was not careful about this,”

Apparently, Archana Puran Singh still feels she’s carrying the burden from Comedy Circus that she “just keeps laughing and doing nothing on the show,” and says, “Like I had said earlier, it is not easy to sit for hours and judge an act. Similarly, if you notice in Kapil’s show, I am not laughing at every banter.”


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