Royal Turds gets bigger and better!

Get ready to laugh your head off with four of the best comedians in the country – Rohan Joshi, Tanmay Bhat, Ashish Shakya and Gursimran Khamba. This deadly team of extremely talented artists shall be performing live in the best-ever comedy show – The Royal Turds. For those who still aren’t familiar with the concept, the Royal Turds unabashedly celebrates the worst of Bollywood Cinema through a witty mix of stand-up, sketch and musical comedy.

The Royal Turds was initially supposed to be staged only at Liberty Theatre, Mumbai and a few other select locations. But because of a near-standing ovation and courtesy popular demand, the makers had no choice but to make hay while the sun shines. So now they have upcoming shows in various cities- from Delhi to Chennai to Bangalore to Pune with a season finale in Mumbai on March 29. A couple of days back, they managed to organize a successful event in Kolkata too. Everyone wants a piece of Royal Turds’ pie, and the makers are happily obliging. What’s even more fascinating is the kind of innovative marketing strategies they are coming up with. Example, you get 1 free beer or 2 soft drinks with every ticket you buy for the Pune concert.
 
This year, Royal Turds has been bigger and better, judging from the verdict till now.  One of the most hilarious categories that were introduced was the ‘Director of the Year’; it wasn’t given to those who directed the movie, but to those who ‘genuinely gave direction to the movie’. So we have Aamir Khan being nominated for Talaash, Bihar for Gangs Of Wasseypur and so on.
 
With a dime a dozen shows running now, this is your best chance to witness the finesse of Royal Turds live. To book your tickets click right here.
 
The Royal Turds 2013 Khamba and Tanmay present the award for the Worst Director. Check out who won!
 
 
 
 
 By Anubhav Shrivastava

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