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Amogh Ranadive is a stand-up comic, television writer and your mom. Being Maharashtrian, his hobbies include gulping down vada pavs and indulging in violence against innocent North Indian cabbies. Sorry, sorry. Don't want you to get the wrong impression. He actually hates vada pav, it gives him acidity. He has been featured on the number 1 spot of Time Magazine's top 100 list of awesome people whose names start with an A and end with mogh Randive. The Times of India describes him as a ''nobody'', and his mother describes him as ''clean your damn room.''
Sapan Verma is one of India's youngest professional comedians, having done over 300 shows in the last three years. He has not only performed all across India, but also in Barcelona, Singapore and China. As one of the founding members of Indias busiest comedy company East India Comedy, Sapan has regularly performed at various auditoriums, college festivals and corporate events.
Atul Khatri is a former engineer turned comedian. A regular at The Comedy Store, he also give performances at various pubs and clubs across the country. In the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Atul was one of the three finalists.
Vikram is an MBA from FMS Delhi and former investment banker. Traumatized by endless excel sheet he turned to comedy for solace. Under his brand bored room comedy, he is India's first corporate humorist from corporate stand-up comedy to conducting workshops that use humor to drop inhibitions, build emotional connections and trust between teams. His client list includes Vodafone, DHL, Aditya Birla Group, Maersk, SBICAP, Diageo/United Spirits, ICICI, etc. He is also the corporate content and business development specialist for the company by India's top comedian Vir Das (Weirdass) where he works on humorous content for brands like video campaigns, scripts and torture ceremonies for managers.
Tanmay Bhat was only 17 years old when he started writing for papers like Mumbai Mirror,The Times Of India and WWM. By the time he was in college, Tanmay had started writing for television projects like Filmfare, India's Got Talent and MTV Wassup. He is one of the youngest stand-up comedians in India who got the opportunity to work with Vir Das and showcase his talent at the Comedy store. In 2011, he co-founded the All India Bakchod, a comedy collective with Gursimran Khamba. Tanmay Bhat will be seen performing at Royal Turd, Mumbai in September 2014.
Sanjay relocated back to India in 2010 and has been pushing the stand-up comedy scene like a good Indian family pushes their kid into engineering. Come for his foreign return policy and stay for his take on new age India.
Kunal is a retired chartered accountant who decided to ditch his day job of filing tax returns to pursue a life of comedy. Not too much has changed, since he continues to make a fool of himself while stealing people's money.