10 Nov 2022

Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’s Dabangg Jodi of Happu Singh and Rajjo enjoy local festive fervour of Dev Deepawali in Kashi Nagri


&TV’s ‘Gharelu Comedy’ Happu Ki Ultan Paltanis one of the most loved comedy shows on Indian television. From the oil-slicked hair that perfectly twirls on his forehead to his goofy paan-stained grin that highlights his atypical moustache – the funny potbellied Daroga Happu Singh (Yogesh Tripathi) has made viewers laugh like none other. The immensely popular Dabangg Jodi visited Kashi Nagri to enjoy the local festive fervour of Dev Deepawali, explore several ghats, enjoy boat rides at the banks of the Ganga river, gorge on finger-licking street food, and shop at the city’s famous stores. 

Talking about his visit to Varanasi, Yogesh Tripathi, aka Daroga Happu Singh, said, “Sabhi Kashi Vaasiyon Ko Dev Deepawali Ke Afsar Par Hardik Shubhkamanayein! Our show, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, enjoys a loyal fanbase in Uttar Pradesh, which is why we decided to visit Varanasi, the city of Ghats, to meet and interact with our audience here.
“And what better time than Dev Deepawali, as one can witness unique and mesmerizing celebrations! We had a great time interacting with our audience during our visit to famous temples here, local hot spots for street food and shopping, and the memorable boat ride to the ghats.
“We relished the city’s mouth-watering delicacies, such as Tamatar chaat and Litti Chokha with KulhadKi Chai. Shiv ki Nagri ne mujhe ek baar phir mohit kar diya. I can never get enough of it. And I will keep coming back here for more. Har Har Mahadev!”.


Talking about her first-ever visit to Varanasi, Kamna Pathak, aka Rajesh Singh, shared, “Our show, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, with its funny potbellied Happu Singh, his Dabangg Dulhaniya, Rajjo has struck a chord with the audience, making it one of their most favourite shows.
“So, this year, to give an extra dose of laughter and witness the city’s festive fervour, we decided to visit Kashi to meet and interact with our audience. I had heard so much about Varanasi but never had an opportunity to visit. It was my first visit, and I was mesmerized by its culture, people, food, shopping,and overall vibe. Varanasi is a paradise for vegetarians with its pocket-friendly, flavourful street food, especially Kachori-sabzi, jalebi, golgappe, and thandai are must-try dishes. People on the streets instantly recognized us and greeted us. It is one experience that I will always cherish and remember for a long time.”

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