Kapil Sharma’s Culture Shock After Moving To Mumbai Was…

Kapil Sharma’s cultural shock was not about the food of Mumbai.

by Ankita Mazumdar
Kapil Sharma’s Culture Shock After Moving To Mumbai Was…

Kapil Sharma is back to tickle your funny bones with his new show ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’ on Netflix. We were lucky enough to explore his hometown, Amritsar along with him and enjoy great lassis, Amritsari kulchas, faluda and more. Almost every lane we went to, he had a story to share and we ended up talking about his life in Mumbai. A boy from Amritsar who likes his paranthe dripping with homemade butter went to living off vada pav. Watch this Tere Gully Mein episode to know all about it.

This Was Kapil Sharma’s Culture Shock When He Moved To Mumbai

Our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani and Kapil had plenty of time for chatting on the road. Kapil reflected on how people from smaller cities still engage in conversations with neighbours and sometimes with people whom they are not acquainted with. But when he moved to the City of Dreams, Mumbai, he noticed the exact opposite. 

In a place where time is money, people hardly have any time to catch their breath. Let alone sit, talk and reminisce about memories. He recalled his earlier days in Mumbai and told us that his floor had four houses. He said that he was absolutely clueless about who lived there or when they left for work or came back home.

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In a way, he highlighted that people in big cities like Mumbai do not have the time to engage with people and are happy to stay in their small houses and go on with their lives. This was a great cultural shock Kapil faced because he was used to having conversations with known and unknown folks in his town. 

When Was His First Time In This City

Kapil Sharma Tere Gully Mein
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While on the topic of Mumbai, Kamiya wanted to know about Kapil’s first time in Mumbai and how he felt there. He shared that he came to Mumbai after his semester was over to enjoy his three-month-long break. He enjoyed his vacation in this city a little too much. So much his 90 days were over before he knew!

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Comment down if you feel like Mumbai is a place where real connections are not easily made.

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