The 10th season of Khatron Ke Khiladi is here entertaining the audience with some spine chilling stunts performed by the contestants on the show. Right now this heavy on adventure show gets a comical relief with the guest appearances of Harsh Limbachiyaa and Bharti Singh. By now we all are aware Bharti’s soft corner for show’s host Rohit Shetty, we can say she doesn’t leave a chance to flirt with him. LOL! In the upcoming episode, we shall see her and her husband getting cozy with others to make one another jealous.
In the promo posted by the GEC we can see Bharti running towards Harsh, but she does not hug him, instead crosses him and plants a kiss on Rohit Shetty’s cheek. *Giggles*. Now this leaves Harsh jealous and he goes and stands next to Karishma Tanna, telling Bharti he will flirt with Karishma. But guess what Bharti has a solid comeback to it. The standup comedian says, she eyes on the cook and not the items he prepares, calling Karishma, Laddoo and Rohit, Halwaii.
This fun episode will be aired on the GEC over the weekend. Sharing the promo ColorsTV tweeted, “Comedy queen @bharti_lalli se mazaak padh sakta hai kaafi bhaari!..”
In one of the previous episodes, Karishma was seen having a fun banter with Harsh while performing a task.
In conversation with Times of India, Karishma had revealed about her mother pushing her to sign this show. She was quoted saying, “I've said yes to this show only because of my mother. She pushed me to do it and asked this as her birthday gift. She wanted me to prove myself because she has confidence in her daughter. I somehow showed courage and did it thinking that I will not die at least.”
Karishma’s presence on KKK10 adds a lot of glam element to this adventurous show. ALSO READ: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10: Karishma Tanna And Adaa Khan Sizzle-Up Bulgaria With Their Naagin Dance – VIDEO
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