Aisi Taisi Democracy: Review

Haay re haay yeh democracy, saanp ke mooh mein chhachhundar jaisi… Aisi Taisi Democracy!

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the title Aisi Taisi Democracy is politics. Don’t let that make you write off the show though. Aisi Taisi Democracy is so much more than a mere commentary on politics.

It is a gut-busting look at all the issues that plague mankind – right from the extinction of dinosaurs to selfie culture!

With the content of the show, it would’ve been rather easy for it to meander and lose its way. Aisi Taisi Democracy, though, brings together three brilliant minds in one mind-blowing combination of music and comedy. The result is an entertainer that isn’t afraid to push the envelope. We know we couldn’t ask for more!

The show thrives on its relatability. From family planning to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, no issue is off-limits. The trio spice up the mundane by adding a lively spin to it. You are sure to crack up thinking about the show long after you’ve watched Aisi Taisi Democracy. Eating aloo ke pakode? There’s a joke for that. Watching CSI: Miami? There’s one for that too. Browsing through a dictionary, going on a diet or using the restroom at a mall? Check, check and check!

Rahul Ram, Sanjay Rajoura and Varun Grover are all unparalleled with their performances in Aisi Taisi Democracy. Though they all bring their own flavor to the show, the rapport they share is brilliant. They play off each other’s strengths, managing to strike the perfect balance between funny and insightful. Together, they form an unstoppable team; a force that can make even the most offensive topic seem hilarious.

However, the real beauty of the show lies in the artists’ admiration for each other. Their appreciation shines through in all their performances. This delightful vibe is contagious, and ensures that the audience has a great time as well!

Aisi Taisi Democracy also stands out from its contemporaries because of its unabashed honesty. Despite this, the show doesn’t try to scandalize the audience. All it does is put forth the facts in its own wonderfully wicked way! The comedians also aren’t afraid of being cheeky, even at the risk of their own careers (and lives!). Right from Kansa Mama to Barrack Obama, no one is spared!

All things considered, ATD is a thought-provoking laugh riot you can’t afford to miss. If you’re looking for a stand-up special that make you think and hum some lovely melodies, there’s no better place to be. Still not convinced? You also get to watch Kamal Trilok Singh‘s brilliant opening act. We think we’ve made our point. Don’t miss Aisi Taisi Democracy. Take our word, you’ll regret it if you do!

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