The Kapil Sharma Show will see superstar Salman Khan visiting the set to promote his upcoming movie Bharat. Salman will be joined by Katrina Kaif on the TV show as guests. And the episode was quite special not just for the cast but also for the family members of the cast. Show’s regular Krushna Abhishek’s twins are a huge fan of the Dabangg actor. Not just that, they even dance on the tunes of Swaag se Karenge Sabka Swaagat and Slow Motion (a song from Bharat). So to make the two kids meet the superstar, their mother and celebrity Kashmera Shah especially visited the set.
Kashmera visited the set and made her kids meet Salman. Kash also shared a video of her kids with Salman from the sets of The Kapil Sharma Show. In the video, we could not see Krushna, who plays Sapna in the show, but we saw show host Kapil Sharma. Kashmera’s caption read, “Finally my kids met my favourite @beingsalmankhan Thank you for this video guys love you all. My kids have been dancing to Swag Se Karenge Swaagat and now Slow Motion song and they recognised the one and only #salmankhan. Thank you for so much love and adulation and all the best for #bharat @[email protected] @[email protected] @boofilmz”
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Finally my kids met my favourite @beingsalmankhan Thank you for this video guys love you all. My kids have been dancing to Swag Se Karenge Swaagat and now Slow Motion song and they recognised the one and only #salmankhan. Thank you for so much love and adulation and all the best for #bharat @krushna30 @rishaabchauhaan @raginikhanna @mbdythefilm @boofilmz
Earlier, in an interview, Kashmera had opened up how the Bharat actor guided her to opt for surrogacy after several complications the couple faced while conceiving. Kashmera in an interview had said, “We have named our kids Ryan and Krishank. Well, Ryan is also called as Sultan as he is a survivor and had a long struggle with life. Salman Khan had also supported in our decision of surrogacy.”
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