This weekend, move over comedy shows and sitcoms because we have the best news for you, right here!

If you’re looking for a session of bwahahahaha moments in Lucknow, PunchLiners 5Star ke Lolstars- Lucknow is bringing 2 of the most prominent comedians to town this February.

One of the most-followed comedians in India, mast aadmi Biswa and Miss funny-bone Prashasti Singh are coming together to serve us a dosage of honest humour!

Biswa brings a unique perspective into comedy “using mathematics, language and life” and Prashasti Singh brings freshness to the table where it’s always a raging laugh-riot when she starts talking!

About the LOLstars!

Biswa Kalyan is well known for his punny one liners, his relatable yet quirky style of comedy. Since he was an engineering student, his comedic panache resonates well within millions of youngsters across the country.

Biswa is well known for his nationally famous YouTube channel, ‘Pretentious Movie Reviews’, a channel that he began with Kanan Gill, another well known Indian comic. Their channel hit the sweet spot and touched the lives of the Indian youth!

Apart from Biswa Kalyan, the other highlight of the show will be upcoming stand-up comedian, Prashasti Singh!

Not only is she a comedian- she’s a writer, an actor and an ‘improv master’ so we’re expecting that she’s got many laughs for us packed under her belt.

In fact, she has performed at various venues across the country adding to her fame. To top it all off, she is even part of an Amazon Prime show- Comicstaan!

Honest and unfiltered, she’s a delight to watch on the stage and makes people ROFL in no time- that’s her super-power and we’re all ready to mentally pee our pants.

5Star ke LOLStars is bringing this event to you so that you can get a taste of what a real comedy show is like. You may stick to your sitcoms and comedy movies but nothing beats a good ol’ stand up comedy show!

Location: Ravindralaya Auditorium, Lucknow

When: February 23, 2019

Timings: 7:30pm

This is perhaps your best chance to see these LOLstars live in action in Lucknow so book your tickets now or just message us to be a part of our giveaway!

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