In the Bollywood life and lifestyle, all that you see is almost an edited and amplified version than the reality. That is why it is very difficult to find people from the industry who are direct, on your face and has a no-bother attitude. Taapsee Pannu and Kangana Ranaut have already made their mark from the category and is known for their no shit attitude and funky replies. Now it looks like there has been a new addition to the list.
Neena Gupta, the senior actor is who we are referring to in our article today. The woman is known to be outspoken and strict in both her professional and her personal life. However, her reply in response to Kapil’s question in The Kapil Sharma Show is currently doing the rounds.
Neena Gupta along with the entire cast of Panga made an appearance at the comedy show to promote their movie. The cast included Kangana Ranaut, Richa Chadha, Yagya Bhasin and director Ashwini Iyer Tiwari.
On the show, Kapil had casually asked whether Neena was planning to take over the role of Pamela Anderson in the hit series Baywatch. To this actress Neena, casually replied, “Arre it big b**bs nai Haina Kahan se luau? (I don’t have such big b**bs. Where do I get it from?).”
As soon as the reply was placed Kapil and Archana Puran Singh erupted in monstrous laughter that they could not control. Jessie hid his face turning red in embarrassment while Richa advised child actress Bhasin to cover her ears.
After the tremors came down, Kapil asked Neena to give ‘veg’ replies to which Neena snarkily commented for Kapil to ask ‘veg’ questions. Then they followed stating no questions about Pamela can be made veg.
In the episode, Kapil also asked whether any of the guests had asked a friend to pay an amount of Rs 100-150 for food after becoming famous and whether they still have breakfast before brushing. All of the other guests agreed to it except Neena herself.
The film that released on 24th January was not much of a hit with the audience. But, Kangana’s role as a working mother who made a comeback to hockey with the support of closed ones resonated with the viewers.