If celebrities love compliments, they should be ready to hear on flop movies as well: Bharti Singh

“But you know Indians have this mentality that they only want to hear good things about themselves, so we are very careful while shooting any show and the channel also takes care of this. We just read the script once and we are ready to perform. “In India, people don’t like jokes being cracked on them. 2017-07-14T16:04:22+00:00″>
Updated: July 14, 2017 4:04 pm

Bharti Singh started her journey on TV with the fourth season of “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” in 2008. Bharti says celebrities, who love to hear compliments about their hit movies, should be “ready to hear comments on flop movies as well”. “The channel, while editing, cuts the lines which are offensive and which could hurt the sentiments of the celebrity,” she said. Everyone loves to hear good things about them and hates to hear the bad things, but there are some celebrities who laugh at jokes and take our jokes so sportingly that they even hug and kiss us after the show,” she said. Sharing her experience of working with Krushna, Bharti said: “I feel very comfortable whenever I am working with Krushna. Related News
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Bharti says Krushna takes “every joke (on himself) very sportingly and positively”. Popular comedienne Bharti Singh however says Indians don’t like jokes being cracked on them and mostly prefer hearing compliments. Asked whether celebrities feel offended with slapstick comedy on TV as it may harm their image, Bharti said: “I completely agree with this because if we go below the belt, anybody would get offended. How could she do that?Want Sunil Grover to join Drama Company soon, he came to wish us on first day of shoot: Krushna AbhishekIn less than a decade, she has carved out a niche for herself in the entertainment industry and doesn’t get affected when people joke about her body weight. So, when celebrities turned up on our show, we used to think that they are prepared for the roast.”
However, she said, despite briefing them on the script, “the celebrities used to get offended”. “In India there are many celebrities who come to our shows and they don’t mind us cracking jokes on them or pulling their legs. ‘Bachao’ was all about celebrities being roasted, (so) when you know that you will be coming on such a show, you should be all prepared to be roasted.”

She added: “For example, a South Indian restaurant will obviously serve Idli and Dosa; you can’t go there and ask for ‘makke ki roti’ or ‘sarson ka saag’. We really complement each other and we never object to any jokes cracked on us.” Bharti is also seen alongside ace comedian Kapil Sharma on “The Kapil Sharma Show”. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App However, in other countries, roasts are very popular and celebrities themselves call and ask (stand-up comedians) to perform a roast on them,” Bharti said. But there are some Indian celebrities who get offended very easily,” added Bharti, who started her journey on TV with the fourth season of “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” in 2008. Something similar happened with actress Tannishtha Chatterjee last year when she appeared on Bharti and fellow comedian Krushna Abhishek’s popular show “Comedy Nights Bachao” and later criticised them for making racial remarks about her.