Recorded live before a sold-out audience at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Russell Peters delivers material from his record-breaking "Homecoming Tour," with tales of his travels...
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Over the past several years, comedian Russell Peters' riotous performances have electrified audiences on four continents. His hard won road successes have established him as an artist with bona fide international acclaim.
Recorded in front of 30,000 fans over two nights at the O2 Arena in London, England, Russell Peters shares his hilarious observations on everything from the declining population of white people to the stereotyping of Arabs.
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Recorded live before a sold-out audience at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden, Russell Peters delivers material from his record-breaking "Homecoming Tour," with tales of his travels to India and Dubai, as well as his own issues with body hair, the World Cup, and yet another take on cheap Indians.
Russell Peters jokes and the crowd roars. People complain of stomach ache, tears roll out of their eyes, they want more of him, more of his albums, more of his live comedies...
Because this time even, he delivers. Since the start, I was hooked to my seat. The DVD is over 90 minutes long and only in the end, did he take a slightly, apparently bad role. He started ridiculing handicapped people and the audience were not receiving it nicely. Nor did I. He said he had a point but that was ambiguous. except the one bad thing, the whole album was filled with racist jokes, breaking stereotypes and stuff.
I was enthralled by his theories, one of which relates to why he doesn't wanna call Mumbai as Mumbai, but as Bombay. He has a reason and good one, as well. One best thing about his shows is that you can cite his jokes in your conversation to keep the mindset happy & humorous. Very nice.
The vulgar factor is totally acceptable because without being obscene, he makes us laugh. His gestures, his expressions all are so peculiar and funny, I can laugh just by thinking if it. Wonderful!
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