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By the end of the week, we're all bushed, tired to the bone and there are very few ways that we can get back on our feet. One of those things happens to be stand-up comedy shows, of which there aren't many in Jaipur. To make you all forget your responsibilities and take on the coming days, Srijan Kaushik is coming to town and will perform his own style of comedy which will surely have you in splits.

What's happening?

Kaushik's comedy is extremely relatable and deals with everyday issues that all of us have gone through at some point. Turning a situation on its head is what his comedy is about and the way he brings his content to life on the stage deserves applause. In addition to that, his comedy touches upon various facets of living in India.

Topics from growing up and his upbringing, to ads on TV and opulent big fat weddings, surely there's something in here that will resonate well within you. His new comedy set just adds a whole lot to the already fun lineup that he is known for. Once you've seen his show, you just want a taste of more.

About Srijan Kaushik

Srijan Kaushik is a well-known stand up comedian and has performed in venues such as Mumbai and Delhi. Having floored audiences across all his shows, he will be coming to Jaipur and we're already booking our tickets.

Everywhere he has gone, his down-to-earth style, his method of delivery and simplicity sticks with the audience. It often makes you wish for more of his relatable and life-like content.

'Keeping it (in)appropriate' is a must-watch not just for comedy lovers but for anyone who's having a hard time dealing with the various aspects of life in this country.

Knock Knock

To beat the weekday blues, Srijan Kaushik's show is the one you have to see. His comedic style is just perfect for forgetting your troubles and having a good old laugh with a few friends. There's no time to waste because the tickets are selling out fast!

When: October 18, 2019

Where: Club Colaba, Jaipur

Book your tickets here.

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