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The Great Indian Kapil Show Episode 10 Review: Hey Netflix, Prioritize a Sania Mirza Laughter Show for Next Season!

Sania Mirza, the tennis sensation, has undoubtedly proven her comedic prowess time and time again. From her first appearance on a comedy show to being a regular guest on Kapil Sharma’s show, Sania has consistently delivered outstanding performances that rival the hosts themselves. Recently, she showcased her sense of humor on The Great Indian Kapil Show, where her wit and charm shone through in every interaction and conversation. The tenth episode of this chat show on Netflix featured not only Sania Mirza but also other remarkable sportswomen like Saina Nehwal, Sift Kaur, and Mary Kom. Together, these four talented athletes made sure that the episode was anything but boring. While they worked hard to entertain alongside Kapil Sharma’s team, there were a few misses here and there.

The episode began with Kapil Sharma acknowledging the power of women ruling the world. However, it was disheartening to see that none of the women’s laughter champions, apart from Archana Puran Singh, were part of the show. Although Kapil Sharma has a great team with Sumona Chakraborty, Roshni Chopra, Sugandha Bhosle, and Bharti Singh, none of them were considered essential for this new show.Now, let’s talk about Sania Mirza and her expected dank humor. She delivered her punches flawlessly, showcasing her camaraderie with Kapil Sharma, which is not new to their dynamic. Their comfort with making fun of each other paid off brilliantly in this episode.

However, the true winner of this episode was Krushna Abhishek’s portrayal of Jeetendra. His jokes were a hit, eliciting laughter and giggles from the audience. Although there were some jokes made about Mary Kom’s Hindi, it’s worth noting that portraying non-Hindi speakers as cute when they attempt to speak the language has become overdone and may make some viewers uncomfortable. It raises questions about whether other languages would be seen as equally cute, and if the effort to speak another language should be the basis for humor.

Ziya Khan


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