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Rajat Sood, India's Laughter Champion winner, wants Arijit Singh to sing his Ghazals

Delhi boy Rajat Sood has just won the title of India's Laughter Champion and taken home a cash prize of 25 lakh INR. The budding comedian, in an interview with an entertianment portal, shared his long list of plans. 

Rajat Sood, India's Laughter Champion winner, wants Arijit Singh to sing his Ghazals
Arijit Singh and Rajat Sood
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Last Updated: 09.04 AM, Aug 28, 2022


Rajat Sood, the winner of India's Laughter Champion, the Delhi boy spoke about the things he wants to achieve in his career and what would he do should he get a call from The Kapil Sharma Show, among other topics. 

When asked about what are the things he wishes to do now that he has won the show, Sood said that, among other things, he wants Arijit Singh to sing the ghazals he has written as all of them are "in that vein". 

"... Firstly, I'll be doing my India tour and performing my show 'Bigad Gaye The.' I write ghazals, so hoping for my book to launch soon. I hope I get Arijit Singh to sing one of my songs because they are all written in that zone (love and heartbreak)," he told Pinkvilla. 

The young comedian, who is all of 25, also said that he wants to do it all as he is quite "greedy" for work. 

"... I've also hosted several events, so looking forward to doing that too. I am very greedy when it comes to working. I keep myself occupied with work for 24 hours because I am very restless and my mind keeps wandering. If I don't keep this energy, I will get ruined," added Rajat Sood. 

Will he ever consider being a part of the The Kapil Sharma Show? The short answer is, "Of course!" He then went on to add that he had enjoyed being on set as an audience back in January of this year and would like to be part of the cast. 

"... That stage is a benchmark for every Indian comedian and they desire to see themselves on that show. I too have a story for that. I went to watch The Kapil Sharma Show in January as an audience. I enjoyed it so much because as an artist, I get very greedy on seeing the stage... I had that longing that I want to come on this stage someday, and then India's Laughter Champion happened which was on the same set as TKSS. So, with me, life is a cycle thing happened. If I get an opportunity to showcase my skill, I will extremely hard and do it in full power..." concluded the comedian.