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Bipasha Basu’s ‘wife skills’ on test

Bipasha Basu got a chance to test her wifely skills on “The Kapil Sharma Show” along with her actor-husband Karan Singh Grover.

By: IANS | Mumbai |
June 3, 2016 6:07:46 pm
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Actress Bipasha Basu, who recently married Karan Singh Grover, got a chance to test her wifely skills when she appeared on popular comedy show “The Kapil Sharma Show” along with her actor-husband.

The couple was welcomed on the show in a grand style and the set was decorated with lights and flowers.

“While Karan and Bipasha shared interesting anecdotes from their wedding and honeymoon with Kapil, a member from the audience decided to test Bipasha on her home skills and asked her to do some regular household chores that wives usually do,” said a source from the set.

“She was first asked to sew a button on a shirt. Though she said that she had never stitched anything in her life, Bipasha sportingly gave it a shot as Karan looked on amusingly. Next, she was asked to tie a tie on Karan, who was seen teasing her endlessly,” the source added.

Bipasha and Karan got married on April 30.

The special episode, which marks the couple’s first on-screen appearance post marriage, will be aired on Saturday on Sony Entertainment Television.

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