Kapil Sharma joins hands with Punjab for tourism project
Kapil Sharma joins hands with Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann for cultural and tourism project
Kapil Sharma, the well-known comedian and host of "The Kapil Sharma Show," has teamed up with Punjab's Chief Minister, Bhagwant Mann, for an important project. In an event, Kapil Sharma shared a video of himself exploring Punjab's rich culture and tourism alongside the CM and others. He expressed gratitude to Bhagwant Mann for inviting him to be part of the initiative called 'My Colourful Punjab/Rangla Punjab.' Mann, in return, praised Kapil for his comedy skills.
A joint effort for Punjab's tourism
Kapil Sharma recently posted pictures and videos on his social media platform, shedding light on his meeting with Punjab's CM. He revealed that they are collaborating on a project aimed at boosting Punjab's tourism and cultural sectors. The videos show Kapil exploring various places in the state with Bhagwant Mann, immersing himself in Punjab's heritage. Kapil, originally hailing from Amritsar, expressed his gratitude to the Punjab government, calling Bhagwant Mann his 'big brother' and thanking him for this opportunity.
Kapil Sharma's gratitude
In his caption, Kapil Sharma expressed his appreciation, saying, "My colorful Punjab... Thank you to the government of Punjab, my big brother, and the honorable CM of #Punjab @bhagwantmann1 ji, Minister of Tourism and Culture @anmolgaganmaanofficial ji, and everyone involved in #RanglaPunjab. Thank you for involving me in this beautiful initiative and for all the love, warmth, and beauty."
Recognition for Kapil's contribution to comedy
Additionally, Kapil Sharma shared a video where Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann praised his comedic talent. Mann acknowledged Kapil's role in creating and excelling in the comedy industry, emphasizing the importance of laughter as the best medicine.
This partnership between Kapil Sharma and Bhagwant Mann has garnered praise from netizens, highlighting Kapil's dedication to contributing positively to Punjab's culture and tourism sector.