Did Kapil Sharma just confirm that Sidhu wanted to be AAP’s CM candidate?


We know that Navjot Singh Sidhu has formed his own outfit and the possibility of the former India cricketer joining AAP is as good as over.

As exclusively reported by jantakareporter.com, the talks between Sidhu and Kejriwal had broken down allegedly because of the former’s insistence on being the AAP’s CM’s face in Punjab elections.

Kapil Sharma
Photo: courtesy Kapil Sharma’s Twitter page

Sidhu, who’s a regular face on popular comedy show hosted by Kapil Sharma on Sony TV, had held press conference to launch a stunning attack against Kejriwal.

On 2 October, Kapil Sharma Show had Kejriwal’s former mentor Anna Hazare as the chief guest.

No sooner had he started the conversation, Kapil quipped addressing Sidhu, “Paaji you should come and sit beside him (Hazare). You wouldn’t believe that person(Kejriwal) who sat beside him in the past has gone on to become the chief minister.”

This may have been an innocuous comment by the popular comedian, but this may well be construed as a confirmation of sorts on Sidhu’s reported intention to be projected as the CM’s face for Punjab polls.

In another jibe at Kejriwal, Kapil said, “Now a days when you speak about Aam Aadmi, you suddenly become Khaas.”

Among other things, the veteran anti-corruption crusader also talked about his early struggle in life.

Hazare said that while growing up, he took immense interest in Bollywood and made sure he watched first day first show.

Kapil also tested his Bollywood knowledge by showing him photos of few popular Bollywood icons. Hazare identified Dilip Kumar and Vaijanti Mala, but failed to recognise Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone.

Talking about the ongoing tension with Pakistan, Hzare said, “It’s not good for India and Pakistan to fight war. But, if Pakistan doesn’t listen, I will go to the border even though I’m now 79.”

Kapil, for his part, took a swipe at himself by admitting that everything mustn’t be published on Twitter. This was in relation to the recent controversy caused by his tweet on corruption.

Kapil said, “In other words, everything musn’t be said on Twitter.”