Kapil Sharma’s stand-up comedy show ‘I’m Not Done Yet’ on Netflix is a treat for its fans because it not only gives insight into his personal life, but does so in a funny way. Clocking in at 54 minutes, the show introduces us to several stories that revolve around the struggles that made him a successful comedian today.
In a recent story, we shared how Shah Rukh Khan’s party crashed in a drunken state and what happened there. In this one we will talk about Kapil Sharma’s involvement in politics when he didn’t want to.
During the show, he shared an incident where he was abused in Italian by fans of Rahul Gandhi. This was of course said in a nice way by Kapil Sharma, but the way he tells the same thing is hilarious and indispensable.
He said he heard somewhere the honorable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi talking about Rahul Gandhi being funny to use Kapil’s name. He said: “The video said, ‘Rahul Gandhi is such a great comedian that he will close Kapil Sharma’s show.’ I don’t really understand politics, I just grabbed that video and put it on my Facebook.”
What happened next is hilarious! Kapil Sharma continued: “Then I realized that Rahul Gandhi also has a lot of followers. Because in addition to Hindi, I was also abused in Italian. I took it all, it’s not like eating pasta, you know?”
Kapil Sharma has certainly been one of the most unfiltered comedians and also the funniest out there.
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