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Sapan Verma watches movies, plays games, and sleeps all day under the guise of a freelance humor writer. He has written some of the highest rated TV shows for Channel V, NDTV Goodtimes, UTV Bindass and lesser channels he`s too ashamed to name. He often writes humor columns for magazines and teaches college students who never take him seriously. He has been performing across the country at various pubs, college festivals and corporate events. While other comics rehearse before their show, he spends that time setting his hair.
Sahil Shah is a muscular, tall and incredibly handsome comedian, in his dreams. His off-center one liners have taken his comedy across the country, with shows in over 6 cities. He`s one of the founding members of the comedy company, East India Co.medy. He`s considered one of India`s most promising young comedians. Honestly. God promise.
Gursimran Khamba is a stand up comic, writer at Jay Hind! and co-founder of India`s first comedy podcast- All India Bakchod. He`s perpetually annoyed and likes to vent by talking about politics and Indian idiosyncrasies.
Kunal RaoKunal Rao is a retired Chartered Accountant, part-time south-Indian superstar and a serial track-pants wearer with the sexiest legs since deer.
Keshav Naidu talks of his personal experiences collected over the years across India, US and the Middle East. He turns his failures and pains into funny stories with his characteristic dry wit.
Tushar Abhichandani is a freelance journalist, TV writer, seeker of excessive money, a pseudo-intellectual, a Sindhi in denial and is the third best comedian from the Navi Mumbai stand-up comedy scene that includes three stand-up comedians.
Utsav Chakraborty is a professional torso, crusader against mediocrity, pop-culture sponge and root beer enthusiast. Winner of several open mics around the city including Weirdass Foster`s LOL, he is a jester with the heart of a poet. Make that `salary` of a poet. He thinks he is an agent of change but that`s just his wallet. He has also been featured on the cover of Outlook magazine for his inanities online. Other than that, he seeks inspiration from all things majestic. Like local train sweat and Paan stains