When Kapil Sharma Gatecrashes Weddings for Good Food
Kapil Sharma made an appearance on the show 'Indian Idol 10' where he spoke about his college days when he gate-crashed weddings with his friends in Delhi.
A file photo of Kapil Sharma.
Comedian-actor-producer Kapil Sharma, who will marry his girlfriend Ginni Chatrath on December 12, has opened up about attending weddings during his college days just to eat good food.
He made an appearance on the show "Indian Idol 10" where he spoke about his college days when he gate-crashed weddings with his friends in Delhi, read a statement.
Kapil said: "During our college days, my friends and I used to go to weddings to eat good food. Once we got caught red-handed by an uncle. My friend made up a story saying that the food in our college mess got over and that we didn't have anything to eat.
"Although we had eaten the food by that time, uncle insisted on eating and dancing. We had twice the amount of food. Then we danced also. This is one experience I can never forget."
The comedian wedding will take place in Jalandhar on December 12 and will be followed by a reception on December 14 in Mumbai.
Earlier, in a conversation with Bombay Times, Kapil and Ginni revealed that at first Ginni’s father rejected the comedian’s proposal to marry her.
"When I started earning well, my mother took my marriage proposal to her family, which got rejected. Her dad sweetly said, ‘Shut up’ (laughs!). Thereafter, I got busy with work, while she pursued MBA in Finance. She kept studying to avoid marriage proposals. At that time, I was settled in Mumbai, and so much was happening in my life. I then realised ki itna kuchh hua hai, but she never disturbed me. Itna patience kisi mein nahi dekha maine (never saw this level of patience in anybody). That’s when I decided that it was the right time to marry,” Kapil had shared.
On work front, he will soon be making his second comeback on TV with his popular celeb chat show The Kapil Sharma Show.
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