Are You Seeking Punjabi Version Of Money Heist? Watch This One Featuring Kundra Couple
Money Heist is not only a Spanish web series but it is a sickness. A frenzy that has hit the fans of Netflix and doesn’t seems to end. However, the ones who are turning to be the new patients are our beautiful B-town couple Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra.
We know the loving husband of this gorgeous lady is entirely fond of memes and clips that are sure to go viral. And the crime thriller La Casa Da Papel (Spanish name of the series) starring Alvaro Morte and Ursula Corbero has inspired him recently. Can you imagine which characters he has picked up to giggle his buffs? None other than the mains, our genius head Professor, and his narrator teammate Tokyo.
Wait a minute! Another twist is giving us a chance to go ROFL. That is, while we await the Hindi version of the series, a Punjabi dubbed sequence is tickling us tight. Though the regional joke is a common one what has surprised us is its depiction.
Shetty (Tokyo) asks Kundra (Professor) to tell her one thing, while the married woman has mangalsutra representing they are wedded, what is the thing that exhibits a married man. To this, he replies the sorrow on his face is the answer. Isn’t it hilarious? The amazement of the clip can be measured by the thousands number of emojis that the viewers dropped.
Moreover, this is not the first time when the businessman is treating us with us kicking videos. For more entertainment, you can watch the below one presenting the Kundra couple as Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Ufff, you can never get over these amazing face-switching videos of him. Either you are too strong to handle or you are sure to die laughing.
On the personal front, the couple tied the knot in the year 2009 and have two little cuties. They constantly bestow their followers some adorable glimpses from their love life and also lend us evergreen couple goals. In addition, the Dhadkan actor is gearing up with a movie Hulchul 2 that stars Paresh Rawal and Meezaan Jaffrey along with Pranitha Subhas.