Salman Khan Reduced To Tears On Comedy Nights With KapilBy Niyati Khanna on January 11, 2014
With only fifteen days to go, the Dabangg star is doing all that takes to promote his film. First it was Bigg Boss 7, the show he hosted, then Nach Baliye 6 and now Comedy Nights With Kapil.
Kapil was very excited to have both the brothers on his show and wrote on twitter, “Shooting with Salman Bhai and Sohail Bhai.”
With our super hero visiting the sets, there was bound to be lot of fun. While he danced to some of his chartbuster numbers like Munni Badnaam and Hud Hud Dabangg, the highlight of this episode will definitely be the diaper dance!
Salman entered the sets of the show looking very calm, composed and dignified. But very soon, he was reduced to tears and was seen falling off his couch thanks to the antics of the loveable Dadi and the innocent Palak.
Sohail and Kapil share a very special bond as Sohail was one of the judges for Comedy Circus, the show that gave Kapil the much needed recognition before he branched out on his own.
WATCH COMEDY NIGHTS WITH SALMAN KHAN:
Jai Ho is a story of an upright common man who fights a solitary war against corruption and injustice. Jai Ho is a remake of Telugu film Stalin, and also stars Tabu, Sana Khan, Daisy Shah and Danny Denzongpa, among others.
It’s been almost a year since Salman’s fans have been waiting to watch his film. His last release was Dabbang 2 on December 21, 2012.
Year 2014 will see two releases – Jai Ho and Kick. Jai Ho, directed by Sohail Khan, produced by Eros International and Sohail Khan Productions, is slated to release on January 24, 2014.
Here’s wishing OUR Superstar Salman and team Jai Ho all the luck at the Box-Office.[/tps_footer]
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