TKSS: Sudesh Lehri’s jabs at Archana Puran Singh, says, ‘How did you clean bowl of Navjot Singh Sidhu then?’

Indian cricketers Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw will be seen talking up a storm with comedian-host Kapil Sharma in an upcoming episode of The Kapil Sharma Show. And, as is customary, it promises a lot of laughs and enjoyment.

The official Sony Entertainment Television Twitter account recently posted a sneak peek of the programme, which showed the athletes playing in games and swapping experiences with Sharma and his colleagues. The highlight of the trailer, though, has to be Sudesh Lehri’s prank on Archana Puran Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu.

The official Sony Entertainment Television Twitter account recently posted a sneak peek of the programme, which showed the athletes playing in games and swapping experiences with Sharma and his colleagues. The highlight of the trailer, though, has to be Sudesh Lehri’s prank on Archana Puran Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu. When Kapil said “Ye kaha cricket khelti? (But she does not play cricket),” Sudesh quickly responded “Nai khelti? To phir Sidhu ji ko kaise out kar diya?” (You don’t play the game? But then how did you manage to dismiss Navjot Singh Sidhu with that great delivery?).

The audience burst out laughing as soon as Sudesh delivered the aforementioned phrase. Navjot Singh Sidhu used to sit in the special seat on The Kapil Sharma Show, however he was eventually replaced by actress Archana Puran Singh. The event is a running gag on the programme, with Kapil bringing it up time and time again to get a laugh from Puran Singh and the audience.

Prithvi Shaw also mentioned how he was just three years old when his father enrolled him in a cricket academy. “I started with plastic balls, then went on to tennis balls after 1-1.5 years.” He said that at that age, he didn’t grasp the game. “I didn’t comprehend the game at all.” I used to do anything my father told me to do. When I was around 6 or 7 years old, I began to comprehend the game. Cricket was a sport that my father enjoyed. Prithvi Shaw also recounted how his father enrolled him in a cricket academy when he was three years old. “I began with plastic balls and progressed to tennis balls after 1-1.5 years.” He said that he didn’t understand the game at that age. “I had no idea what was going on in the game.” I used to do anything my father instructed me to do. I started to understand the game when I was around 6 or 7 years old. Cricket was a favourite sport of my father’s.

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