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The Kapil Sharma Show: New promo shows Ajay Devgn and Kapil Sharma engaged in a fun banter

Comedian Kapil Sharma is all set to bring back his much-loved show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. The show will have a power pack start since it will welcome two of the biggest superstars of the industry Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar. The two special guests will join the show with the cast of ‘Bhuj’ and ‘Bell Bottom’ on August 21 and 22, respectively.

The makers have already managed to create excitement among the audience by releasing several promo videos from the show. The makers are leaving no stone unturned to make sure the show hits the rights cords of the audience.

The new promo is now released by the makers of the show which features Ajay Devgn showing his humorous side.

Sony TV released a video on its social media handles, and captioned it, “The Kapil Sharma Show | Starts from 21st Aug | Sat – Sun 9:30pm @ajaydevgn ke saare sawaalon par haazirjawaabi @kapilsharma ki hai ready! Watch #TheKapilSharmaShow, from 21st Aug, Sat-Sun 9:30pm, only on Sony Entertainment Television.”

We can see the sneak peek of some fun moments of the Bhuj cast in the promo clip.

Ammy Virk, Nora Fatehi can be seen engaged in a fun conversation with Kapil Sharma, Kiku Sharda and others. The new promo video begins with funny banter between Ajay and Kapil. The two also talked about Devgn’s character in Bhuj where he builds a runway with the help of 300 women, Kapil humorously asks him if Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari asked him to build “highways”.

Ajay went a step ahead and sarcastically said, “I didn’t make any call but why don’t you tweet about it? After all, you tweet top shot people,” referring to his famous 2016 tweet to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Kapil Sharma’s comedy show returns to Sony TV on August 21 at 9:30 pm.

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