Azeem Banatwalla's second stand-up special is a sharply-written and wickedly dark hour-or-so of comedy that taps into the inner, evil voice in the back of all our heads. Have you ever ...
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One of India's most intelligent comics, Azeem Banatwalla is back with a new hour of jokes about travel, road rage, religion, confused African kids, and the perils of married life. He ... See full summary »
After the massive success of Haq Se Single, Zakir is back. He is taking a step back, literally. In his latest stand-up special Zakir is taking his fans back to the times of school bags and ... See full summary »
Abish Mathew is the world's greatest stand-up comedian (*citation needed) and this is the world's greatest stand up special (*this definitely needs a citation). Every great punchline has a ... See full summary »
In this hilarious one hour comedy special, Kanan Gill squints at a variety of subjects ranging from the difficulty in talking to your parents to The Constitution of India. It's easy to keep it funny. Kanan keeps it real.
In Haq Se Single, Zakir's narrative takes you through his own journey of becoming the ultimate #SakhtLaunda. The guy who's survived rejection, love, heart breaks and adulthood - who's single and proud of it.
Biswa Mast Aadmi is a stand up comedy show by Biswa Kalyan Rath, where he cracks jokes on topics. It's funny to the audience and they laugh, thus creating sound. This in turn encourages Biswa to crack more jokes, so he cracks more jokes on topics.
Your favourite alternative news source - EIC Outrage - is back. And, LIVE. 7 comedians rage on big issues: Demonetisation, Uniform Civil Code, Godmen, Global Warming and Cynicism in India in front of a 1000+ sold out audience.
Azeem Banatwalla's second stand-up special is a sharply-written and wickedly dark hour-or-so of comedy that taps into the inner, evil voice in the back of all our heads. Have you ever secretly thought about how lovely the world would be if half the population disappeared overnight? Do you secretly agree with Thanos's grand plan? Are you sick of guys codenamed Baba and Yogi skewing political narratives to distract you from the real issues? If you're silently nodding along as you read this, you're going to love Problems. A show written and perfected over two years, Problems is Azeem Banatwalla's magnum opus - a show in which he solves most of the biggest problems facing our great country - stupidity, moral policing, racism, religious indoctrination, overpopulation, Kashmir, the government, that hypothetical temple, and of course, Pigeons. If you have simpler tastes, there's also a joke about Salman Khan in there. Just for you. It's okay, nobody's judging you (Spoiler Alert: everyone's ...