When Dadi Tried to Kiss a Sheikh!

Published: 26th September 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th September 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: The cast of popular TV show Comedy Nights With Kapil shot special episodes in Dubai recently and Dadi, played by Ali Asgar on the show, tried to give her trademark kiss to a sheikh there.

Bittu Sharma’s perpetually drunk Dadi will be seen trying to give a sheikh her trademark “Shagun Ki Pappi” in the episode that will be aired this weekend on Colors.

Ever since it went live in June 2013, the show which has crossed the 100-episode mark has continuously entertained people.

For the special episode, the entire team is hell bent on giving the best time to their fans. For instance Manju and Bua will be seen forcing Dadi to take on the ‘murga’ position after she is caught by the Dubai cops for stealing!

While Dadi continues to be naughty in Dubai, Manju, essayed by Sumona Chakravarti, will surprise the viewers as she drops her sari-clad avatar and sports kurti and a pair of jeans.

Upasana Singh as Bua will further make the audience laugh as she claims that she resembles fictional character Aladin’s mother owing to which she ventures into the depths of Dubai in a hunt of Aladin’s father!

Palak, played by Kiku Sharda, went on a selfie spree to the extent that she even tried to click a selfie with a camel.

Adding to their overall experience in a foreign land, the Sharma family will also be joined by the Creature 3D cast Bipasha Basu and Imran Naqvi along with singers Mika Singh and Shaan.


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