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Did Navjot Singh Sidhu Ask Archana Puran Singh to Quit ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’?

Archana Puran Singh Navjot Singh Sidhu The Kapil Sharma Show

In an episode of The Kapil Sharma Show that aired the latest, Kapil Sharma happened to read out a letter that was addressed to Archana Puran Singh by her predecessor Navjot Singh Sidhu. Kapil Sharma has once again managed to repeat the history by entering the households and tickle the funny bones of his fans with The Kapil Sharma Show. After a few episodes, his fans also have made peace with the fact that Archana Puran Singh’s presence as the special guest on the show in place of Navjot Singh Sidhu is not a temporary one.

But now former show guest and veteran Indian cricketer Sidhu seems to wish his seat back. At least this is what one can interpret from the letter written by him to Archana that Kapil read out on his behalf. In the latest episode of The Kapil Sharma Show that aired on Saturday, Kapil Sharma was seen taking out a letter signed by Navjot Singh Sidhu, which was addressed to Archana Puran Singh. The invited show guests this time were Badhaai Ho actors Neena Gupta and Gajraj Rao. Kapil read out the letter,

“Dear Archana, I love you and hope for your good health. So much so that you will find it difficult to fit into your seat. I can sacrifice my home for you, sacrifice my work for you, can leave my city also but you will have to vacate my seat please. Yours and only yours, Navjot Singh Sidhu.”

Soon after this episode went on air, rumor starting doing rounds that Sidhu wanted his chair back as every politician expects from their successor. While the audience’s funny bones began its work after the letter was read through. Archana too enjoyed this supposedly Kapil’s prank and stepped away from the judge’s chair but only for a second. A signal that whether it is a prank or not, she is not the one to give up easily.

To make things clear about Sidhu being replaced by Archana, it was the former’s insensitive comments post the Pulwama attack of February 14 this year, in which about 40 CRPF jawans were killed.

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