A new controversy has arisen about Pakistani comedian Tabish Hashmi’s comedy show ‘Hasna Mana Hai‘. This show is doing great in TRP. The show has managed to entertain the people. Despite all this, some social media users allege that Tabish has stolen the idea of the Indian comedy show The Kapil Sharma. When the comedian’s reaction came after seeing the matter catching up, he took the Kapil Sharma show under wraps.
Tabish Hashmi defends his show.
In an interview given to Geotv, Tabish Hashmi said that it was not he but Kapil Sharma who stole the Pakistani concept. It is easy for people to say that ‘Laughs Mana Hai’ is like The Kapil Sharma Show because both the shows look alike in the city they are based. The set of Kapil Sharma Show looks like Delhi. Our set shows Lahore. Delhi looks like Lahore, and Lahore looks like Delhi. The set and concept of our show are Pakistani.
The Kapil Sharma Show targeted
They say – this is the concept of Omar Sharif. This is the concept of Amanullah. This is our concept. Tabish also noted that no one raised questions on Kapil’s show that he stole the idea of Pakistan. Because India has spent millions of money on this and showed the show as if it was their original idea.
Comparing both shows, Tabish said Kapil’s show is on air once a week. At the same time, my show is telecast three times a week. In 2007, there used to be a show on Jio Chouraha. It had a completely Kapil Sharma show-like format. But Kapil’s show came in 2011. No one said that Kapil copied the Chouraha show.
Who copied whom, you decide.
According to Tabish, his show ‘Hasna Mana Hai’ is based on his real life. A person from Karachi goes to Canada in the show. Then he has now returned to Pakistan and settled in Lahore. If you watch Tabish, you will find the setup and format exactly like Kapil Sharma Show. In this show, too, like Kapil’s show, stars come to promote their project.
Now Kapil Sharma’s show is copied from a Pakistani show or Tabish’s show is from Kapil’s show… you can easily decide after watching both these shows.