Comedy Nights with Kapil (CNWK) is an Indian sketch comedy show that features celebrity guests in a talk show format. Conceptualized and anchored by Kapil Sharma, the popular stand-up comic from India, it is one of the leading television shows in India across genres.
While there has been a CNWK app for iOS and Android for a while, the app has finally made it to the Windows Phone Store. The app is one stop destination for fans of Kapil Sharma or the show and allows you to catch up on all missed episodes and engage around your favorite show.
The app features complete past episodes of the show and a timeline with exclusive images with polls and contests. It's a great way to follow the show and the team behind the scenes – a real treat for the fans. The app packs in a section featuring the popular characters from the show. Users can follow their favorite characters and catch their exclusive bytes.
There's also a chat section which allows fans to chat with the cast and other fans. It's a little clumsy to chat in a linear, public chat with little context, but fans engage nonetheless, with chat stickers based on the show's characters.
Judging from the show's popularity and the pop culture recall of the show's characters and punchlines, a lot of Windows Phone users in India will be excited to have the official CNWK app on their phones. It's not just focused on the show, but complimented by great, fun content with a social aspect to it. Give it a whirl, and let us know how you like it.
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