Everyone is familiar with Kapil Sharma, the comedian who has been making us all crack up for decades. Reaching a height of success that is unimaginable for a comedian, he is now an actor delivering amazing performances. That his talent knows no boundaries, he has proven without a doubt. This takes us to our most recent Tere Gully Mein episode, in which the incredibly amusing and gifted Kapil Sharma joined our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani, on the streets of Amritsar, his very own gully.
Kapil Sharma Studied At The Oldest School In Amritsar
If you are in Punjab, it has to be all about food. So the food trial in Amritsar was starting with Amritsari Kulchas. On the way to the dhaba, Kapil Sharma talked about all the memories he shared with these lanes of the city he grew up in. He even pointed at the house he used to live in. His family still stays there and he tries to visit as often as he can. His ties to his city are clearly important to him.
On the way, we also passed by his school. He shared that he studied at PBN Senior Secondary School, the oldest school in Amritsar. Reminiscing his days there, he remembered when he was in 9th standard in 1993, the school completed 100 years. What a big milestone that was! Kapil Sharma also visited his school on this trip to Amritsar and contrary to his school days, the principal met him with a lot of respect. Revisiting your school after decades is always a great and humbling experience.
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He Taught Us The Right Way To Have Kulchas
Now that we were finally there, it was time to indulge in some buttery and crispy kulchas with spicy chole and chutneys. As soon as we had plates in front of us, like a true Punjabi, Kapil Sharma asked for more white butter on his plate. He shared that to eat the kulchas right, there has to be the right amount of butter. Well, who can argue with that?
The food trail in his gully holds so much more in store. Watch the video right away!
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