When in Navi Mumbai and bored, just know that you ain't looking at the right places to be at! This city anchors tons of events and activities to keep us on our toes and with each passing day, Mumbai has been hosting prominent names too.

On a similar note, Navi Mumbai is setting the stage for our favourite quipster Kunal Kamra, this January and love him or hate him- you can't ignore him! His comedy comes as a stress-buster; whenever we need to laugh off our stress or wanna watch something light, Kunal's stand-up comes as a rescue.

What's Happening?

Ditch your Netflix and come over to Vishnudas Bhave Natyagruha, to watch this legendary comic perform live, on the 26th of January, 8:30 PM onwards. Kunal is coming to Navi Mumbai with 'Fresher thoughts' this time and we surely wanna hear him out.

Known for his 'patriotic' comedy and the laughter riot he rages, Kunal has always been on a roll with his dark humour and easy-going style of line delivery. Get your tickets ASAP because obviously. it is all filling up too fast and trust us, you'd want the best seat to catch him up-close.

Kamra really doesn't need any introduction but if you still aren't familiar with his style, just go on YouTube and you'll be flooded with his videos. Kunal is known for his edgy humour and taking things to the extreme. His comedy is mostly surrounded by the political happenings across the country and it's all so extremely relatable.

Knock Knock

So we see no better way to celebrate our Republic Day, than being here at Kunal Kamra's show and if anyone tells you any different, bring 'em over too and prove 'em wrong!

Location: Vishnudas Bhave Natyagruha, Navi Mumbai

Date & Timings: 26 January, 8:30 PM onwards

Book your tickets here

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