Move over Kapil Sharma, Rahul Gandhi is back.
Rahul Gandhi’s return from exile has severely impacted the viewership of Comedy Nights with Kapil, as the show’s fans are reportedly hooked to The Newshour and Twitter on weekends to get the hourly dose of RaGa’s unintentional rib-tickling humour.
The immensely proud Dighard Jay Singh was heard saying, “I always knew that Rahul Baba’s real talent lied somewhere else. The likes of Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover are making the best use of Rahul’s decision to stay away from the glamour industry and serve the nation that has been unfailingly and consistently empowered by the blood and sweat of Gandhis, since the dawn of time.”
Leisure Martini’s bogus sources have confirmed that the recent 1 year leap in Comedy Night with Kapil’s storyline has been taken to resurrect the show’s TRPs that are overwhelmingly stacked in the favour of the exile-returned Rahul Gandhi.
The panic-stricken Gutthi, in her own style, had this to say of this recent development, “RaGa aae is bagiya mein, RaGa aaye is bagiya mein, phool jale hai gulshan gulshan, phool jale hai gulshan gulshan. RaGa’s is India’s favourite Son… son… son. Raga is India’s favourite Son… son… son.”
The teary-eyed and swollen with pride Mother Gandhi adds:
“Rahul beta could have been the best stand-up comedian India had ever seen. But he instead joined politics to take the route to Women Empowerment and let go of what could have been an incredibly successful career.”
While Mrs. Gandhi and Mr. Singh might rue over RaGa’s missed opportunity, at times, about not choosing to be a stand-up comedian, Rahul Gandhi has carved his own niche and has went on to become world’s first Sit-up Twitter comedian. The Twitter factory is unfailingly devoted to RaGa, more than ever.
The nation wants to know, what more gems has the Bangkok-returned-empowered-resurrected Rahul Gandhi has in store to tickle its funny bone.
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