Hilarious! Kapil Sharma shares a funny anecdote about how he threw SRK’s party after getting drunk
Mumbai: One of India’s most popular comedians, Kapil Sharma has entered the digital platform with his new show ‘Kapil Sharma: I’m Not Done Yet’ landing January 28 on Netflix. In the show, Kapil spoke only about his personal life, highlighting the difficulties he faced in climbing the steps of success. One such story he shares involved the King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan.
In one of the many stories Kapil shared on Netflix stand-up, he recounted an incident in which he crashed Shah Rukh Khan’s party after getting drunk. Although it was done with the innocent intention of showing the bungalows of his cousin Shah, Mannat, it ended on a hilarious note of being trolled by none other than SRK.
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Kapil Sharma, on the show, said: “I had a cousin visiting from London, she said she wanted to see Shah Rukh Khan’s (Mannat) house. I was a few drinks down. I said, ‘Okay no problem.’ I went to show him the house. There was a film night and the doors were open. Look how we abuse our notoriety. I asked the driver to go through the doors. The security guards saw it was me and let us through, thinking we were guests.
“When I walked in, I realized it was a mistake. When I got out of the car, I decided to leave. As I was leaving, Shah Rukh Khan’s manager came. He’s like, “Oh, it’s you. Mister Shah Rukh is inside, come on. It happened at 3 am. Now I’m wearing shorts and Skechers shoes. I’m chewing paan, all stoned. J “I opened the door to see Gauri Khan with a few of her friends. They thought Shah Rukh Khan had invited me. She’s like, ‘Shah Rukh is inside, please’,” said added Kapil Sharma.
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On how Shah Rukh Khan reacted to this, he said, “He was also SRK at home, he was dancing like he does in movies. I was confused. I walked in and excused myself. The party was almost over, everyone except a few people had left. I said, ‘Sorry, my cousin was visiting and she wanted to see your house. It was open, so I walked in. He said, ‘If my room was open, would you go in too?’ I was a gatecrasher, but I stayed the longest.