Yesterday, on October 24, 2016, Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor came on "The kapil sharma show" to promote their upcoming Hindi movie Aae Dil Hei Mushakil. Both of them looked awesome throughout the chat show.

This is not the first time that Anushka and Ranbir are promoting films on the comedy nights which was aired on Colors, but this is their maiden outing in "The Kapil Sharma Show."

Anushka and Ranbir promote the movie on the show:

Both the celebrities were quite comfortable throughout the show, and they were seen sharing a good rapport with Kapil.

Ranbir and Anushka had such a gala time promoting the movie, and they impressed Kapil with witty one-liners and attractive dialogues.

The duo made fun of each other, and Kapil also made them play some games which entertained the audiences to the fullest.

In the show, Ranbir revealed the reason behind wearing headphones in the 'Break Up' song. The charming hero also added that it is a new trend going on in all pubs that the visitors will be given headsets and transistor. It allows the users to enjoy their favourite song without disturbing others.

Team 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' in Kapil’s Show–22nd Oct 2016

The film is scheduled for release on October 28, 2016, across the world. Apart from Ranbir and Anushka, the film also features Aishwarya Rai Bachan and controversial Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in other prominent roles.

The official trailer of the movie was released some days back, and it received positive responses.

Finally no ban on the film by MNS

After a lot of controversies and ban threats, filmmaker Karan Johar was able to negotiate a safe release of the film in Maharastra and other parts of India.

Reportedly MNS chief Raj Thackeray was called upon by the Maharastra CM Phadnavis along with Johar for a peace talk.

One of the major factor which will attract the audiences to the theatres upon the movie's release will be nothing other than the steamy scenes between Ranbir and Aishwarya Rai. Both of them have shot for some sizzling scenes and photo shoots for the film, and it is now considered to be the major USP of the film.