A-Z of India

Comedy (stand-up, online performance)

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Description

She’s an engineer who worships 30000 gods. He comes from a family of doctors who believe in just one. Together they bring you a stand-up comedy show exploring the diversity and the madness of the largest democracy in the world – India, all the way from A to Z. Abbas Momin is a freelance humour writer and comedian, which means he has no self-respect and lives below the poverty line. He currently stays in Mumbai with his two laptops. Kajol Srinivasan has been doing comedy for 5 years, along with running her one-person company providing graphic design.

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prachi sibal 39 days ago

Loved the show. It's both funny and insightful. I enjoyed every moment and you will too.

L20 40 days ago

I really loved the show!
"A-Z of India" is one of the best Zoom Shows that I've attended! I would encourage all to attend it.

Loved it.

Tarun 40 days ago

A general alphabetical guide of India/ Indians with a dash of humor. The way Kajol and Abbas throw truth bombs on India’s rich culture through their anecdotes and experiences makes even the mundane things look and sound funny. Highly recommended.


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