When Virat Kohli had to cough up Rs 3 lakh bill for watching Comedy Nights With Kapil

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When it comes to entertaining the viewers, no one can beat Kapil Sharma. The comedian’s wholesome and family entertainer shows like Comedy Nights With Kapil or The Kapil Sharma Show are the reason why he enjoys such massive popularity. Viewers love to watch Kapil’s show after an exhausting day at work. It helps them rewind have some moments of pure laughter.

From films stars to sports personalities, eminent personalities from all walk of life have graced the show. Similarly, Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli too had once graced the show back in 2015. It was then when the cricketer had shared a funny incident where he revealed that watching an episode of Comedy Nights With Kapil (CNWK) had once cost him Rs 3 lakhs! Wondering why? Read on to know the reason.

On the show, Virat revealed that not only he but the entire Indian cricket team loves to watch Kapil’s show. Sharing how while on a Sri Lanka tour he had to cough up Rs 3 lakhs for a single episode of CNWK, Virat revealed, “We were waiting at the airport. I was getting very bored at that time. I thought let’s see something on mobile. It was too late, there was some problem with the bags. I didn’t know, the wifi at the airport wasn’t on. So I switched to my India’s 3G cellular network. And for about one hour I watched Comedy Nights on international roaming.”

It was only when Virat’s brother called him and informed him that the roaming charges have cost him Rs 3 lakhs in phone bills that the cricketer realised what he has done. When Virat shared this amusing incident, everyone burst out laughing on the show. Several celebs have graced Kapil Sharma’s shows and have shared some of the most hilarious and interesting stories from their lives.

Meanwhile, the new season of The Kapil Sharma Show (TKSS) will return to Indian television very soon.

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