Siblings get under our skin, more than anything or anybody else and that’s absolutely true. Neither can we live with them nor can we live without them and we’ve all agreed that our love-hate relationship is always going to be perpetual.

From ordering them to do stuff, to watching them light up because you got them their favourite food, siblings are your worst nightmare but they make life liveable too!

So if you can relate to whatever we just said, then you’d be glad to know that Indore is giving you a chance to spend some quality time with your siblings this weekend. Sister-brother comedian duo, Ashish & Mansi will be performing live in the city you need to get your tickets ASAP; here’s why.

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Hosted by Mitti Cafe here at Old Palasia, you’ll be able to witness Sibling Wars by Ashish & Mansi, happening on the 9th of November, 8 PM onwards! It is indeed a rare occurrence where siblings have agreed to do a thing together so when it's happening, you shouldn’t be skipping out on this one.

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Mansi identifies herself as a hardcore feminist and has the tag of Delhi University in her CV and Ashish, is her brother who is packed with ‘Jatt wali masculinity’. This is gonna be a roast-improv-sketch session where they’ll be at loggerheads with each other but in the most entertaining ways possible.

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BTW if both of you are chaiholics, you’d be glad to know that they serve 12 variants of tea here and they serve organic grubs too! If you’re looking to munch on a few tucks, go for their Pav Bhaji, Crispy Corn, Pasta and the Chole Kulche cannot be missed out on.

So if you’ve been waiting to catch up on some gupshup with your siblings over good food and great coffee, you know where to be at!

Location: L.G. 9-10, Captain C S Naidu Arcade, Old Palasia, Indore

Timings: November 9 | 8 PM

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