Shilpa Shetty shares some fun-filled moments with Kapil Sharma on his TV show Comedy Nights. Shilpa visited the sets to promote her Dhishkiyaoon.
Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra and Harman Baweja pose with Kapil Sharma.
Alia Bhatt and Randeep Hooda are amused at Dadi's jokes!
Highway team on sets of Comedy Nights with Kapil.
Alia Bhatt, Randeep Hooda and Highway director Imtiaz Ali on the sets of Comedy Nights with Kapil.
Randeep Hooda gets his shagun ki pappi!
Alia Bhatt dances to a Bollywood number on sets of Comedy Nights with Kapil.
Randeep Hooda shows off his muscle power by lifting an actor on the sets of Comedy Nights with Kapil.
Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma, who is ready to make a film debut with Yash Raj Films' Bank-Chor, says his role in the movie defies the stereotypical portrayal of a comedian.
The 32-year-old has signed a three-film contract with YRF. Bank-Chor will be produced under the production banner's Youth Films Division Y-Films, which made Mere Dad Ki Maruti.
"It’s a privilege and a dream to be part of the YRF family and have my launch with their Youth Films Studio, Y-Films. The script is the most exciting part since it's the kind of role that's very unlike the stereotype of a comedian or what people could typecast me as," Kapil said in a statement.
He says that he has already started "working on the nuances of the character". "I've always loved and watched thrillers and this is a thriller comedy, so it's even better," said the star comedian, who has become a rage courtesy his hit chat show Comedy Nights With Kapil.
He is excited about turning over a new leaf with the movie. "I’ve done serious theatre for years before comedy. Finally with YRF’s vision, I’ll get to do this again after a 12-year break and this script has equal scope of comedy. It’s sure to surprise my fans," he said.
Bank-Chor, directed by Bumpy and produced by Ashish Patil, is a comic caper that tells the story of three people who pick a wrong day to rob a bank. What happens when the trio is inadvertently caught in a crossfire of cops, industrialists and corrupt politicians, forms the rest of the story.
The movie will go on floors in April.