Sunil Grover leaves Salman Khan in splits at 'Dus Ka Dum' show

Comedian Sunil Grover recently shot a special episode with superstar Salman Khan for his game show 'Dus Ka Dum' and the two had a laugh riot on the show.

Sunil Grover leaves Salman Khan in splits at 'Dus Ka Dum' show
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New Delhi: Comedian Sunil Grover recently shot a special episode with superstar Salman Khan for his game show 'Dus Ka Dum' and the two had a laugh riot on the show.

Much to his rejoice of his fans, the talented comedian reprised the much-loved character Dr Mashoor Gulati from the famous 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. 

Speaking to Mumbai Mirror, Grover said, "We made a parody of the song 'Chaand Chhupa Badal Mein'. I would add one line to the song, so would he. It turned out quite beautifully. He was in a fun mood, and I lost track of whether I was winning or losing the game. It was just so much fun. It was nostalgic because the character has a certain innocence about him. When I was playing him, I'd sometimes find it difficult to believe it was me. It was nice meeting Dr Gulati after such a long gap." 

Sunil, who is known to tickle funny bones with his hilarious acts, mimicked yesteryear star Dharmendra during the show. The comedian complaint to Salman (jokingly) that he would have been able to build a house for himself had Bajrangi Bhaijaan star's father Salim Khan written 'Chhat' for him after his cult film 'Deewar'. (Agar Salim saab ne Deewar ke baad mere liye Chhat likhi hoti to aaj Deewar aur Chhat milakar ghar ban jata. Lekin Salim saab ne unke liye film nahi likhi.)"

The report said that Salman was seen laughing his heart out at Sunil's antics 

Sunil had arrived at the show in the get up of Dharmendra that had left everyone in the split, including the host Salman and the guests following which the shooting had to be stopped for a while before it resumed again.

Interestingly, Sunil has been roped in for Salman Khan's 'Bharat' alongside Priyanka Chopra, Disha Patani and Katrina Kaif. The film is expected to go on floors in the next month. 
 

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