Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • The magic of Krushna Abhishek and Sudesh Lehri is back.
  • The duo is reuniting on The Kapil Sharma Show and recently shared a glimpse of how hilarious they can be.
  • Despite Bharti, Krushna, and Sudesh coming together, fans are missing Sunil Grover.

Krushna Abhishek and Sudesh Lehri are two teammates who rocked many comedy shows together including Comedy Circus, Comedy Nights Bachao, and The Drama Company. While Krushna returned to the small screen as Sapna on The Kapil Sharma Show, Sudesh continued with doing stage shows. But now, he has once again reunited with his old pal Krushna and what’s more the duo has already started entertaining people with their magical comic timing. 

Very recently, the Bol Bachchan actor shared a hilarious video of him with Sudeshji where the duo can be seen discussing a car bought by Sudesh Lehri. The way Krushna is explaining the automobile one might think that it is a very different, innovative car. But the four-wheeler turns out to be a burnt and ruined car which will need at least Rs 1 crore to repair. 


The way both Krushna and Sudesh pulled off this short stint, makes one remember the magical performances the duo delivered as a team when they featured on Comedy Circus.

Naturally, fans are expecting more such funny performances from both Krushna and Sudesh. It seems both of them are very excited to reunite for The Kapil Sharma Show and keep on sharing their photographs and videos on social media. 

The trio of Sudesh, Bharti Singh, and Krushna Abhishek recently gave a glimpse of the laughter riot they can trigger together as a team by sharing a hilarious “Mere Bachpan Ka Pyar” video. 

While most of the old pals of Kapil Sharma are back on his show, Sumona Chakravarti has either opted out or has been left out by the makers.

Also, with the old team coming back, fans want Kapil and his producers to consider calling Sunil Grover back on The Kapil Sharma Show as his famous characters like Gutthi and Mashoor Gulati are being badly missed even today.