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Comedy High School: Bharti Singh joins Ram Kapoor’s show

The show, hosted by Ram Kapoor, presents a light-hearted take on society, culture, education and current affairs through a classroom-based set-up. It airs on Discovery JEET.

Edited by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: March 23, 2018 17:42 IST ]
Comedy High School: Bharti Singh joins Ram Kapoor’s show
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Comedy queen Bharti Singh, who was on a long honeymoon break with husband Harsh Limbachiyaa, has joined the team of "Comedy High School", and she hopes to add more fun to the show. "It is my love for the genre and the unique concept of 'Comedy High School' that drove me to take up the show. 'Comedy High School' is nothing short of a laughter fest on television," Bharti said in a statement. 

The show, hosted by Ram Kapoor, presents a light-hearted take on society, culture, education and current affairs through a classroom-based set-up. It airs on Discovery JEET. 

It also features actors Gopal Dutt, Paritosh Tripathi, Krishna Bhatt, Jasmeet Bhatia and Deepak Dutta. Bharti will be portraying the role of the Princess of Junagadh who has come to donate funds for the school and will be seen romancing Ram in the show. 

"I had an amazing time reuniting with Ram, Paritosh, Gopal and the entire cast of the show. I am sure that the viewers will love the upcoming episodes and my stint in the show," she added. 

Superstar Salman Khan earlier said he loves a clean comedy show, which “doesn’t hit below the belt”. “I had a great time while shooting for the Comedy High School. It is a clean comedy show, which is funny, but importantly doesn’t hit below the belt. I never felt awkward even for a moment,” Salman said in a statement.

Salman featured in the premiere episode of Comedy High Schoo. The show, hosted by Ram Kapoor, presents a light-hearted take on society, culture, education and current affairs through a classroom-based set-up.

(With IANS Inputs)

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