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WATCH: THIS Popular Indian American Actor Impersonating Gujju 'Ladies Bhai' Wants To Be On 'Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah', Twitter Goes Berserk

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Published:

Popular for playing Kumar Patel in 'Harold and Kumar',  Lawrence Kutner on the television program 'House',  Nikhil "Gogol" Ganguli in Mira Nair's 'The Namesake' or Seth Wright in the political drama 'Designated Survivor', Kalpen Suresh Modi, professionally known as Kal Penn, took to his Twitter handle to post a hilarious video impersonating Gujju ‘Ladies Bhai’. He captioned the video saying: "Meet Ladies Bhai: an old, ridiculous Gujarati sketch character with a great shirt."

What happened next? Twitterati couldn't stop laughing. One user wrote: "Finally. From Kal Penn to Kalpen bhai. 😂😂😂 Hilarious! 
Bau saras che. 👌🏼👌🏼", while a few appreciated the colorful shirt he was wearing, the other user commented: "This was the most hilarious thing I've seen on the internet today Kalpenbhai..
See held my hend ane pachi mane ek kiss aapi kidhi..
that was perfect accent with some perfect Gujlish thrown there..😂😂" [sic]

But one comment that left everyone laughing was when a user wrote: "@kalpenn needs to be on Tarak Mehta ka ooltah chashmah." And Kal Penn immediately responded to the user by saying: "You joke but this has legit been a goal. 😂 
Cc: @TMKOC_NTF" [sic]

The video has garnered over 100,000 views already.

Watch the video and the reactions Kal Penn receieved -

On the professional front, Kal Penn’s immigration-themed comedy pilot by NBC was announced last month and it will be called “Sunnyside.” “Can’t wait to start shooting with our hilarious, talented cast! Welcome to Sunnyside!” Penn wrote on Twitter.

 

 

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