Ever since the beginning of The Kapil Sharma Show has been spreading a burst of infectious laughter in our homes. On 17th September, Kapil Sharma shared a new ‘uncensored’ version of The Kapil Sharma Show’s episode featuring Shershaah’s cast. The movie Shershaah had Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani in the lead. In the video that has been shared online, Kapil Sharma is teasing Sidharth Malhotra. He asked him about his kissing scene with Kiara in Shershaah.
Shershaah was released on the OTT platform Amazon Prime on August 12. The movie faced multiple delays in its scheduled theatrical release. However, after was released, it became the most-watched Indian film on the platform. Many celebrities in the film industry also showered their love and appreciation for the movie.
Sidharth Opens Up About The Kissing Scene
The host, Kapil said, “Yeh waise story mein likha tha ya aapki creative input thi (Was it a part of the script or was it your creative input)?” However, Sidharth smiled and said that 90% of whatever was shown in the film Shershaah actually happened in Captain Vikram Batra’s life. Teasingly, Kapil said “Woh baaki ke 10% ki baat kar raha hoon main (I am asking about the other 10%),”
To which Sidharth replied, “Nahi, nahi, woh bhi sab humne kirdaar ke liye… Karna pada, bohot mushkil se, forced… Zabardasti karna pada (No, no, we did everything for the characters. We had to do it with great difficulty, we were forced),” You can watch the exclusive footage of The Kapil Sharma Show by clicking on this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sq26KxLSp8
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Kiara and Sidharth are rumored to be in a relationship. The duo is regularly spotted with each other by paparazzi.
Shershaah has been a heartwarming movie based on a true story. Shershaah shows the events of the Kargil war and the role of Captain Vikram Batra (PVC). Captain Vikram Batra had an indomitable spirit and unparalleled courage that contributed immensely to India’s victory. The Kargil war has been the toughest mountain warfare ever. It was fought at 17,000 altitudes. The Pakistani troops had invaded the Indian side of the Line of Control (LoC). They were disguised as Kashmiri militants. The film showcases Vikram Batra’s bravery and patriotic spirit. He dreamt of unfurling the Indian Tricolor at the highest point of the war. He even had to give up his life for that.