Indoris, are you guys ready to let loose and let the laughs out? Are you guys on the lookout for an insane comedy show, one that lets you relive your childhood and the little joys that come with it? Well, then sit back, relax and read on to know what's in store.

In December, you guys can go ahead and pay a visit to Harsh Gujral's newest and funniest comedy set, Jo Bolta Hai, Wohi Hota Hai. Through his show, Gujral will take you down a trip through memory lane, back to the days when we were kids.

What's buzzing?

Indoris, prep yourself to laugh out loud at Harsh Gujral's comedy show. His show aims to bring alive the magic of youth and reminds us of our own lives as children. He peppers his comedy with relatable tidbits here and there, which is what usually tends to dazzle audiences.

Harsh Gujral's comedy show revolves around a whole lot of nostalgia, childishness and living in the moment.

When it comes to talking about the present, he has his own lighthearted way of looking at things. He can turn even the most serious accounts into fresh jokes and interesting and captivating stories.

About Harsh Gujral

The man is a mixture of all legendary Indian comedians. His style has an aura about it, within which one can clearly see the influence of Indian comedians. His charming stage presence, mixed with his panche for all things quirky makes his comedy sets some of the most interesting ones in a long time.

In case you haven't seen what he's capable of, then do check out his YouTube channel, where he posts work from his new comedy sets. He has got quite a dedicated fan base, who are always looking for his next work.

Knock Knock

Indore is coming up quite good in terms of its growth as a performance hub. Artistes and comedians are increasingly looking at Indore as a great audience and honestly, we're thrilled about it.

When: December 06, 2019

Where: Papaya Tree Hotel

Book your tickets here.

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