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Rohit Shetty gets back at Riteish on ‘Case Toh Banta Hai’

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New Delhi: Amazon miniTV on Wednesday released a rib-tickling video of ‘Case Toh Banta Hai’, featuring Bollywood’s hit machine, Rohit Shetty.

The ace action-potboiler maker will be summoned this week to face “atrangi ilzaams” by our very own Janta Ka Lawyer – Riteish Deshmukh.

Armed with endless swagger and witty replies, it seems like Rohit will dodge every charge as smoothly as his action heroes dodging bullets in films.

Spicing up the fun quotient, the director will also take jibes at not only Riteish, but also the public prosecutor Varun Sharma in this courtroom comedy.

The video shows Riteish asking Rohit on his acting plans.

As cheeky as ever, the Janta Ka Lawyer asks, “Why didn’t you do roles in films?” to which Rohit replies “I enjoy watching, it is very difficult to do. Now, see both of you are also trying to do. (Laughs)”.

‘Case Toh Banta Hai’ is a one-of-a-kind weekly comedy show starring Riteish as a defense lawyer and Varun Sharma as a public prosecutor.

Social media sensation Kusha Kapila dons the judge’s robes to decide the fate of some of the biggest Bollywood celebrities, while comedians Paritosh Tripathi, Gopal Dutt, Sanket Bhosale, and Sugandha Mishra, among others, amp up the entertainment quotient with their unique comic entrees.

Watch the episode on September 23, on Amazon miniTV.

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