Imran Khan should try his luck in Kapil Sharma's comedy time, says his ex wife Reham Khan
Reham Khan, ex-wife of Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan advised him to attend the comedy time of Kapil Sharma. She criticized her ex-husband is best suits for comedy show rather full time politics
Pakistan former Prime Minister, Imran Khan’s ex-wife Reham Khan mocks him says he has good comedy timing, should try his hands at Kapil Sharma Show
Reham Khan, the ex-wife of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has been outspoken in her criticism of the former cricketer, stated on Wednesday that the former premier had "comedic talent," implying that he could be a fine substitute for Navjot Singh Sidhu on 'The Kapil Sharma Show.'
Reham Khan mocked her ex-husband, saying he should try his hand at Bollywood after praising India as a "khuddar quam (extremely self-respecting people)" while referring to the "foreign conspiracy."
"In my opinion, should make room for him. Perhaps in Bollywood. I feel he has the potential to deliver an Oscar-winning performance "During an interview with a Pakistani journalist, she stated.
When asked if he should play a hero or a villain, she replied, "That is entirely dependent on him. Heroes become villains in Bollywood, and villains become more popular. But I believe he has hilarious potential... At the very least, you're aware that Paaji's (Navjot Sidhu) spot on The Kapil Sharma Show is vacant. He's also like shero-shayari (Urdu couplets) these days "Reham Khan expressed her opinion. "Also, he really has good relations with Paaji," she added, "so I feel there can be some sharing with him."
The remarks were made on the same day that Imran Khan delivered his first address to Pakistan since being removed from power. Meanwhile, Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Punjab Congress Chief, was defeated in the Amritsar East Assembly elections this year. Sidhu also resigned as the state party's chairman following the defeat. The former cricketer was a special guest on "The Kapil Sharma Show," but was fired after making contentious statements about the Pulwama terror attack.