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The Kapil Sharma Show is all set to host singer Mika Singh and Sunny Leone along with music composers Toshi Sabri and Sharib Sabri this weekend. They will be coming to the show to promote their song 'Panghat'. 

They will also have loads of fun with host Kapil Sharma, Krushna Abhishek, Kiku Sharda and other cast members. In a new promo of TKSS, Sunny can be seen complaining about Kapil Sharma as he never calls or invites her to his show.

In the promo video, Kapil can be heard telling Sunny, “Aapse kaafi dino baad mulaqat ho rahi hai (We are meeting after so long.)”

To this Sunny, expressing her unhappiness, replies, “Haan, aap mujhe call nahi karte ho, hi bhi nahi bolte, kuch nahi (Yes, because you don't call me, you don't even say hi to me, nothing).” 

Then Kapil goes on to joke, “Tumhare phone number ka wait karte karte shaadi ki hai (I got married while I was still waiting for you to share your phone number).” Hearing this, everyone starts laughing.

 

 

Kapil then goes on to troll Mika Singh for being surrounded by girls. “Meine pehli bar paaji ko Daler paaji ke show mein dekha tha. Bass ek woh din tha aur aaj ka din hai, uske baad meine inko paaji ke sath nahi dekha sirf ladkiyon ke sath dekha hai (The first time I saw Mika sir was during his performance with Daler sir. And after that, I didn't see him with Daler sir, only spotted him with girls).”

The episode promises to be a laugh riot as the guest join to play the exciting game (read my lips), in which one person wears a headphone with loud music and has to guess what the other person is saying.

The promo ended with Kapil's mom singing a Punjabi folk singing, to which Kapil says " Mummy, Kal se idhar Mummy Sharma Show (Mummy, from tomorrow you host the show)."

Earlier, the star cast of SS Rajamouli's RRR, including Jr NTR, Ram Charan and Alia Bhatt, had come to the show to promote their film.

(Edited By Pradeep Singh)

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