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Jeeveshu is known as tall, dark and handsome... Oops - Short, fair and cute in the comedy world. His comedy career began as an extension to his antics at a mundane desk job. His humor style is derived from observational everyday conversations, quirky monologues, peculiar situations and some eccentric friends. Endowed with a rare snappy sense of humor and a vivacious flair for comedy, Jeeveshu has risen notably from a novice to an audience favorite across all ages. His fascination with comedy normally sways between a fat guy's classic life and his failed attempts to please his over optimistic mother whose only dream is to get him married! Jeeveshu's comic bent can be easily spotted in his spontaneous one-liners and witty jokes. Now his main stay is to catch up on all the gossip with his mom and stalk his exes on Facebook. Jeeveshu repeatedly appears on NDTV Prime in ''The Rising Stars of Comedy''. He is frequently seen in comedy shows and appears in events at auditoriums, clubs, colleges and corporate functions throughout the country. He was also one of the top 10 candidates for Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe on Sony.
Neville Shah is a writer and one of India's most popular comics. A regular at the Canvas Laugh Club, he has performed both in India and abroad. He is half-Parsi and half-Gujarati, making him very confused and very angry. Often deprecating, Neville has a unique (read: strange) view on life. His insightful wit, conversational delivery and honest angst make his humor relatable and sometimes, oddly poignant. He also insists that he is his mother's son.
Kunal Kamra works in advertising and is a stand-up comedian. So far, he's been unsuccessful in both. His humor is satirical and most of the time, politically incorrect. He likes feeding dogs when he isn't making filthy limericks and pretends he knows the difference between life and living.