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Rohan Joshi, Varun Thakur & Gursimran Khamba (A)

Rohan Joshi, Varun Thakur & Gursimran Khamba (A)

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Artists: Rohan Joshi, Varun Thakur , Gursimran Khamba
Rohan Joshi:
Rohan Joshi is a stand-up comedian, writer, columnist, and occasional screenwriter. He used to be a full-time journalist, and it was this strong background in the highest form of Indian comedy that there is, that inspired him to quit, and pursue comedy full-time. From opening for Vir Das to performing at the Fringe Festival, Edinburgh in 2011, Rohan has spent the last few years performing around India, and indeed, around the world. When he`s not doing stand-up at comedy-clubs or for corporate clients, he`s a member of Weirdass Comedy, India`s first and foremost comedy consultancy, and improv troupe, the Cardinal Bengans. He is also a humour-columnist for the Mid-Day, one of Mumbai`s largest tabloids. As a stand-up comedian, Rohan`s material is political, observational, and adult in its sensibilities. Note however that ``adult`` does not always mean mature. Rohan resents the suggestion that he might in fact be mature.
TIME Magazine put Rohan at #1 on their 100 Most Influential People Who Might Lie About TIME Magazine Statistics List,
and Newsweek calls Rohan Huh? Who?

Varun Thakur:
Varun Thakur is an Actor (played the lead role in the recently released film titled ``?`` ) Comedian and Humor writer. Being a struggling actor from Mumbai , he holds the world record for the maximum rejections by casting directors and
Rickshawallahs. He`s a part of the Comedy Troupe `Schitzengiggles` who perform at various venues around the city. With a high energy mix of acting , observational humor and impersonations Varuns humor is sure to leave you wanting more. He`s available for childrens parties (if you wanna see them grow up soon)

Gursimran Khamba:
Gursimran Khamba is a stand up comic, writer at Jay Hind! and co-founder of Indias first comedy podcast- All India
Bakchod. He`s perpetually annoyed and likes to vent by talking about politics and Indian idiosyncrasies.
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