Kapil Sharma says Twitter is ‘very bad’ for him: ‘Mere tote uda diye’

After Ranbir Kapoor, Kapil Sharma was the next guest on the final season of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s chat show What Women Want. The actress has interesting and funny conversations with famous celebrities on her show, episodes of which are posted on the Mirchi Plus YouTube channel.

The show has a segment where Kareena shows photos of certain things to celebrities and asks them to rate them on “good taste” versus “bad taste”. In the latest episode, when Laal Singh Chaddha actress showed Kapil the Twitter logo photo, the comedian said it was “very bad” for him.

The comedian, who hosts The Kapil Sharma Show on Sony TV, continued, “Maine toh bade pange kiye hain. bird put me through hell). To me, that’s in very bad taste.”

In 2016, Kapil received a lot of backlash when he complained about the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter. His infamous tweet read: “I am paying Rs 15 cr in income tax for the last 5 years and still have to pay 5 lacs of bribe to BMC office for setting up my office @narendramodi.”

Meanwhile, the comedian was last seen in Nandita Das’ social satire film Zwigato, which hit theaters last Friday, March 17. A social satire on India’s food delivery economy, the film takes its name from the combination of the two food delivery giants Swiggy and Zomato’s names.

Filmed in the capital of Odisha, Bhubaneshwar, the Applause Entertainment production had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2022, its Asian premiere at the Busan International Film Festival in October 2022 and its Indian premiere at the Kerala International Film Festival in December 2022.

READ | Kapil Sharma opens up on recent box office failures in Bollywood, says ‘like Akshay Kumar…’


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