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Colors’ ‘Khatra Khatra Khatra’ brings smiles on faces of BSF jawans

Tune into Khatra Khatra Khatra on Colors for an Independence Day special episode on August 15

From Left to Right: Gaurav, Aditya Narayan, Harsh Limbachiyaa, Bharti Singh & Avika Gor at the Attari Border

Comedy show ‘Khatra Khatra Khatra’ from Colors undertook a special initiative to spread smiles on the faces of BSF jawans.  After entertaining the audience with over 100 episodes of fun, the queen of comedy Bharti Singh along with her comedy brigade — Harsh Limabachiyaa, Avika Gor, Aditya Narayan and Gaurav — visited the Attari border and BSF camp in Amritsar to salute the BSF jawans.

Around 35,000 people at the Indo-Pak border were laughing their hearts out as the actors put up their best. As the format of the show involves playing a lot of tasks and pranks, the actors took these specially curated challenges to BSF officials, who participated with true sportsman spirit.


The actors met the officials and their families and performed several activities such as mic spray, musical chair, denture, Chinese whisper, pictionary and many more.  The officers and their families had a joyful evening and were seen cheering for the actors and having an enjoyable time with them.

Bharti Singh said, “I had an overwhelming experience to meet and spend time with our BSF jawans officials and their families.  To be able to bring joy to them instilled a sense of satisfaction in me as they are the ones whose selfless services keep us secured.”


Harsh Limbachiyaa added, “We make so many excuses in our day-to-day life when we are not able to access or get through certain things, but these officers don't get to meet their families for months in order to keep the country safe. In our own way we just wanted to thank them and spread joy among them as what they do for us, can never be repaid in any form. I am very humbled to see smiles on their faces and thank Colors and the entire Khatra Khatra Khatra team who helped in making this happen.”

Aditya Narayan said, “This is extremely a memorable experience for me and something that I’ll never forget. This visit gave me even more per cent of patriotism in me as BSF is the first line of defence when it comes to any type of threats.  At the same time, it was an absolute honour to spend time with them.  This is the first outdoor shoot Khatra Khatra Khatra had and we are fortunate to having spent moments with the BSF jawans on the special occasion of Independence Day. I can never forget the grilling sessions that these soldiers have in the morning, it just portrays their discipline, commitment and most importantly love for our country. "


Avika Gor said, "This was my first time I visited the Attari border and a BSF camp.  My grandfather was in the Indian Air Force and used to keep telling me stories about the Indian army and our soldiers. I still remember he used to tell me that I should once at least experience and see the parade live.  I think his dream came true. I feel very proud that I got the opportunity to not only meet the BSF jawans but also perform various tasks with them. "

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