This Was Kapil Sharma’s First International Trip

Kapil Sharma searched for Indian food when he went on his first international trip.

by Ankita Mazumdar
This Was Kapil Sharma’s First International Trip

Kapil Sharma is now a name known worldwide due to his popular and hilarious television comedy shows. With his recent ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’ on Netflix, he is going to reach new heights as it is also available in various languages. This time, he joined our Editor-In-Chief Kamiya Jani and explored his precious hometown, Amritsar and gorged on yummy food for this Tere Gully Mein episode. We talked about his first international trip, scroll down and read to know about it. 

Where Was Kapil Sharma’s First International Trip?

While on the topic of travelling, Kamiya asked Kapil about his first international trip and what memorable things he could recall. He shared that he went to Malaysia for his first international trip. He explained that he was offered to do a corporate comedy show in Malaysia and accepted happily.

Kapil even told us that had the option to select from economy tickets and business class tickets. Can you guess which one he picked? Well, he went with the economy ticket for Malaysia even though his trip was fully sponsored. He thought that if he chose the business class tickets, he might not make it to Malaysia as the offer would be rejectedSeems like Kapil overthinks just like we all do.

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Did He Enjoy Malaysia’s Food?

Kapil Sharma Tere Gully Mein
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Next, Kamiya asked him about the food scene in Malaysia and whether he enjoyed the massive variety of food there. He had a rather different take on Malaysia’s food as he didn’t quite like it and preferred Indian food. But then he discovered some Pakistani boys who cooked desi food.

They became his food saviour on his first international trip!  He was so impressed by their cooking and food that he saved their contact details and ordered food from their outlet daily. He also mentioned that nowadays Indian food is easily available everywhere abroad. Do you agree with him?

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Comment down below if you look for Indian food when you travel overseas or enjoy different traditional cuisines of a specific country.

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