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Kiku sharda and bharti singh funny dance on titliyan song

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Bharti Singh and Kiku Sharda performed a fun dance on Titliyan Song, watch video

Bharti Singh and Kiku Sharda dance to Titliyan Song

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Comedian Bharti Singh has started shooting for ‘The Kapil Sharma Show Video’. Recently, a video during the show is becoming increasingly viral. In this video, Bharti Singh and Kiku Sharda are giving expressions on titliyan songs. It can be seen in the video that Titli Yadav (Bharti Singh) is lovingly explaining Bacha Yadav (Kiku Sharada), and the child… Yadav ignores Titli Yadav and goes to other girls. This funny dance video of Bharti Singh and Kiku Sharda is being liked on social media and fans are giving a lot of reaction too.

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This video of Bharti Singh and Kiku Sharda has been shared by Bharti Singh on her Instagram account. This funny video of both is being liked a lot. The style of both is worth seeing in this video. While sharing the video, Bharti wrote in the caption – Backstage Masti Time.

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Comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachiyaa were arrested by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in a drugs case. After which he is in the headlines continuously. Meanwhile, there were also reports that Bharti Singh was removed from the channel ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. But bypassing all these roomers, Bharti Singh has once again started shooting for The Kapil Sharma Show.

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