Moushumi Chatterjee roasts new actors at The Kapil Sharma Show: ‘Pehle ke hero ko bolna nahi padta tha ki…’
Moushumi Chatterjee will be one of the guests in The Kapil Sharma Show. She passed a comment on the new generation of actors in the episode.
Veteran actor Moushumi Chatterjee will be appearing on The Kapil Sharma Show with actor Reena Roy. In a new promotional teaser from the upcoming episode that has now appeared on social media, the actor, who is known for her unfiltered comments, made hilarious comments about the new generation of actors that left the audience in splits. (Also read: Moushumi Chatterjee reveals Mahesh Bhatt told her 'whenever your career goes up, you become pregnant')
Moushumi at The Kapil Sharma Show
Earlier, a teaser had given a sneak peek into what to expect from the episode as Moushumi left Kapil Sharma speechless with her sassy replies. Apart from Kapil, even Krushna Abhishek was unable to complete his lines and fumbled a couple of times as Moushumi silenced him with her remarks.
Moushumi's comment on film heroes
Now, according to a report from Indian Express, Moushumi took a dig at the new generation of actors and said, “Pehle ke hero ko aapko bolna nahi padta tha ki ye hero hai, dikhta tha ki hero hai. Abhi toh baaju mein ho aur poocho hero kaun hai, toh dusra bolega, ‘Chup, baaju mein hi toh hai’ (Earlier, you did not have to ask who is the hero as it was quite evident from the looks itself. Today, you won’t recognise a hero even if he will be standing right next to you).”
In another part, when Kiku Sharda came in and asked Moushumi if he could take one banana from the table, she quipped, "Ahaha, bade aye Maa ke dulaare (Oh, how obedient you act)." When Krushna Abhishek tried to say his lines and stood in front of her and did a funny movement, Moushumi asked him, "Apko kya bathroom jana hai? (Do you want to go to the bathroom)" The actor's sassy comeback left the audience laughing.
Moushumi was last seen in Shoojit Sircar's Piku (2015) alongside Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan. Some of the most notable works of Moushumi Chatterjee include Anuraag (1972), Roti Kapada Aur Makaan (1974), Manzil (1979), Angoor (1982), and Ghar Ek Mandir (1984) among others. She received a Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.