In our fast pace lives pausing and taking a moment for ourselves may seem to be impossible, yet it is quite necessary. A break in the routine is crucial to break the monotony, to clear our heads and provide for a much needed change. Laughter in such a scenario is not only needed, it is also the most effective. So, if you've been wanting to pause time and steal a few precious moments for yourself, do it while laughing your heart out.

Biswa mast aadmi and AIB fame Rohan Joshi are coming to Goa to knock our socks off and make us roll on the floor, laughing!

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A drink in hand, a few jokes to laugh about and good company to cherish is undoubtedly the best way to unwind. And who better to laugh along with, than India's favourite comics- Biswa Kalyan Rath and Rahul Joshi.

The men are without a doubt some of the most captivating entertainers and they know exactly how to move a crowd.

Known for the 'Pretentious Movie Reviews', Biswa is known for his awkward body language, his astounding content and the relatable joke telling skills. The man can make a joke about bananas sound interesting and that is something you can seldom find in a comic. While Rohan Joshi is known for his stint with AIB, the comedy sketch and the self deprecating brand of humour he so effortlessly masters.

Both the comedians are masters of their craft and a show with them is better than any 1+1 offers we've ever seen.

Just the thought of the two men doing their magic and making us LOL is getting us pumped up and we cannot think of a better way to spend an evening.

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If you're looking to have a fun time like you've never had before, this show is a must visit for you. Buy the tickets, get your funny on and get ready to head to comic event of a lifetime. Get your tickets now!

When: Sunday, October 20 | 8 PM onwards

Tickets: ₹499 onwards | Get your tickets here

Venue: Favela: Bar and Kitchen, Near Calangute, Baga Road, Baga, Goa

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