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Gutthi returns in Comedy Nights with Kapil!

Gutthi returns in Comedy Nights with Kapil!

The famous neighborhood girl, Gutthi has came back to the hit Indian Comedy Television series “Comedy Nights with Kapil”. We already saw Gutthi in the previous episode of Comedy Nights with Kapil which celebrated its 100th episode.

The upcoming episode features Bollywood actor Askhay Kumar promoting his movie “its Entertainment ” during which Gutthi makes an official comeback.

A promo released by Colors Channel says it all. In the Promo, Kapil Sharma takes a dig at Gutthi asking her where she went for last few months. Actually, Sunil Grover who portrayed Gutthi in the show resigned to host his own show in rival Star Plus with the title Mad In India. The show suffered miserably forcing Star Plus to call off the show.

Gutthi, in an hilarious reply says she went to America. For which, Kapil Sharma digs deeper informing her, every one knows where shes been (referring to his failed show Mad in India). Gutthi, bounces back stating, if everybody saw the show then why it failed, forcing Palak to embrace her Sister Gutthi with the words “You are Still a Star”.

Boy, it seems funny how things turned up on the show. I hope, Kapil Sharma utilizes the return of his main star to the fullest. No one can deny that it was the extra magic of Gutthi which drove the fans towards Comedy Nights with Kapil in its stone age era.

I leave you with the promo of Gutthi returns. Stay tuned to Colors Channel this Saturday 10.20 pm IST for the airing of the actual episode.

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