The Kapil Sharma Show: Harsh Gujral Takes A Dig At Archana Puran Singh In Upcoming Episode Prom

New Delhi: Popular comedian and YouTuber Harsh Gujral will soon be seen on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. The stand up comic will be appearing alongside colleagues in the same profession including Bhuvan Bam, MC Stan and Dolly Singh.

Recently, Harsh Gujral shared how his dream of becoming a doctor ended in making a career in comedy.

He also spoke about his journey in the latest episode promo of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’: “My dad is a lawyer, so he wanted me to become a lawyer whereas my mother is a teacher and she wanted me to be a teacher, but I had a childhood dream of becoming a doctor.”

“Nothing worked out and I ended up doing BTech. I completed my degree, but I could not crack any interviews. However, I successfully cracked the best jokes and that is how I am here today,” added Harsh.

In the episode promo shared by Sony TV, we see Harsh taking a dig at Archana Puran Singh about sitting and earning money.


The ace stand-up comedian is known for his hilarious acts and during his live performances he engages the audience by asking questions. Born in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh he started his career as a comedian in 2015 while working as a data engineer. He keeps doing shows within the country as well as abroad.

Besides Harsh, Kapil Sharma is also seen having fun with MC Stan asking him about the rap actions most rappers do while they perform. In the latest episode promo, we see Kapil Sharma asking MC Stan about the body language and hand gestures about rappers leaving everyone in the house in splits.

When Kapil says, “ Ye hand gestures kyu karte hai rappers, nahi karenge to rap phas jata hai kya…” MC Stan is left laughing as the audience also roars with laughter.


Harsh appeared on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ along with digital stars like MC Stan, Bhuvan Bam, and Dolly Singh. They entertained the audience with their hilarious conversation and jokes.

‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ airs on Sony Entertainment Television every weekend. 

( with inputs from IANS)




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