Ed Sheeran On The Great Indian Kapil Show, Singer’s Endurance Tested Amid Language Barriers And Poor Humour

Ed Sheeran graced his appearance on Kapil Sharma's The Great Indian Kapil Show, where he endured language barriers and poor humour, sparked discussions. Despite the hefty paycheck, enduring the show's toilet humour and language barriers showcased either immense patience or sheer professionalism. Read on!
Ed Sheeran On The Great India Kapil Show, Singer’s Endurance Tested Amid Language Barriers And Poor Humour

Ed Sheeran On The Great India Kapil Show, Singer’s Endurance Tested Amid Language Barriers And Poor Humour

We always thought Ed Sheeran to be a good human being, a good singer, and a not-so-good actor. We were wrong. Anyone who could sit through The Great Indian Kapil Sharma Show latest episode has to be a world-class actor.
We heard Ed was paid a fortune to appear as Kapil’s guest. No wealth in the world would make an artiste like Ed Sheeran sit through the ordeal of Bhangra and PJs, not unless he didn’t understand what was being said, and he just kept grinning while Krushna Abhishek made jokes about Ed’s name such as: “Who says there are no ads on Netflix? Here is “Ed”(ad) on the show.”
This was in Hindi, so Sheeran's lost goofy grin was understandable. Then came Krushna’s glass-topper: “When you go to sleep do you become Bed Sheeran?” By the time Krushna was on to his smutty smoke and salwars, we were grateful and relieved for Ed Shireen’s poor command of Hindi.
Kapil Sharma’s poor command of English was also a “joke” stretched beyond endurance. Why was the host making so many toilet jokes? We bet Ed got a ring sting just listening to them. Ring sting explained to Ed after Kapil’s ceaseless scatological jokes, is the pain you feel the next morning after too much spicy food.
Kapil had that coming. Jokes about jet sprays and singing in the toilet when there is no lock, touched the lowest level of humour on the show so far.
So sorry, Ed Sheeran forthe poor humour. The jokes were not funny at all. And that fact that you could sit through the ordeal proves one of two things or both: you were either not getting the jokes (as there was nothing to get) or the zeroes on the cheque made you the most patient monk of the evening.
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