Asha Negi and Jimmy Shergill Come Together for Fun, Candid Questions in ‘In the Club’ Travel Quiz

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Asha Negi is among the most attractive and gifted divas in the Indian television industry. She has been crushing the oomph game for a long time and still rules the hearts of the audience. On the other hand, Jimmy Shergill had viewers wrapped around his fingers for his role in Mohabbatein. He is one of those actors who choose craft over stardom and focus on the characters rather than being the hero.

From the rich culture to the state animal of Maharashtra and a real and deceptive segment, the celebrities were seen going slow and fast at the same time. One thing that remained constant was the smiles and laughs of Asha. Considering the type of questions, Jimmy frankly said “Don’t ask me the next question” which had Asha laugh out loud (LOL). While in the next question, Jimmy answered right when asked “Which of the region is best to buy Chanderi sarees?” Do you know “Rameswaram is one of the “char dhams” or 4 holy pilgrimage sites for Hindus? Well, find it by yourself.

Asha did cover up for her wrong answer saying “I knew I wanted to become an actress so I didn’t pay much attention to studies.” Jimmy did manage to answer another question confidently much to the host’s expectations.

Watch these two come together to answer some fun, candid questions ‘In the Club’- travel quiz.

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