Salman Khan’s puppets mock Arnab Goswami on Kapil Sharma Show over his constant coverage on Bollywood drug

Ever since comedian Kapil Sharma has made his return on The Kapil Sharma Show, fans have been praising his comic sense and the concept.

Meanwhile, actor-comedian Kiku Sharda has mimicked television anchor Arnab Goswami in The Kapil Sharma Show which created huge buzz on social media and the video has left people in splits.

The promo video, which is doing the rounds on social media, was shared by Kapil Sharma in which  Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee and filmmaker Anubhav Sinha can be seen as guests. In the promo, Kapil Sharma, Kiku Sharda and Krushna Abhishek can be seen making fun of Republic TV news anchor Arnab Goswami.

Recently, filmmaker Anubhav Sinha and actor Manoj Bajpayee came on the chat show to promote their music video ‘Bambai Main Ka Ba’.

While mocking Arnab Goswami, these comedians of The Kapil Sharma Show called their news channel Raddi News, which loosely translates as Garbage News. In the video, Kiku can be heard saying, “Welcome to Raddi News and I am Bachcha Yadav.” When Kiku asks if Manoj and Anubhav need tea or coffee, Krushna replies, “The milkman did not come today.” This sends Kiku into a frenzy as he mimicks Goswami by shouting, “Breaking news. Our milkman has not arrived. Breaking news!!”

Kiku took a jibe at Goswami as he recreated one of his viral video clips in which he can be seen yelling at Bollywood actor Salman Khan for not speaking on the ongoing investigation related to Sushant Singh Rajput and his former manager Disha Salian’s death. Kiku also takes off on Arnab’s viral ‘mujhe drugs do rant’ with his own version of ‘mujhe jug do’. 

However, the promo video did not go well down with social media users who soon trolled The Kapil Sharma Show. Users started the #BoycottKapilSharmaShow trend on social media.

Manoj Bajpayee is asked a question by Kiku but not given any time or space to respond, which reminded many of the similarities with the TV show, where guests often do not get a chance to speak.

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