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Mumbai is undoubtedly one of the most happening cities in the country and there aren't many places in the world that can match up to the inherent energy of the city. With fantastic events happening every single day, people here are at no lack of entertainment or fun things to be a part of.

Yet, not many things can match up to the event happening on December 29th. The finale of Mumbai Comedy Festival- The Big Finish, will see a coming together of all the big guns of comedy including Biswa Kalyan Rath, Anubhav Singh Bassi, Kaneez Surka, Ashish Shakya & others on the same stage!

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Mumbai has seen its fair share of awesome events and comedy eves which have made their home into the city's hearts. Yet, none of them compare to the comedic avalanche of an evening that is going to take place on December 29th at the Mumbai Comedy Festival.

To top-off the already epic festival of laughter and brouhaha, an evening of massive proportions will bring together the best names in the Indian comedic circuit. From the big guns with the comedy specials online to the lesser known YouTube celebrities, this stage will bring together the best people of comedy and there's no way you can miss it.

For 'The Big Finish', mast aadmi Biswa Kalyan Rath, bas kar Bassi's Anubhav Singh Bassi, comedy queen herself Kaneez Surka, AIB fame Ashish Shakya, too sexy for religion Urooj Ashfaq, Srijan Kaushik, Devesh Dixit, Aakash Mehta, Aishwarya Mohanraj, Sumaira Sheikh and Ashutosh Gupta will be coming together to light the stage on fire.

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The two hour comedic event will have you rolling on the floor and gasping for breath. So what are you waiting for? Call your gang, book your tickets and prepare for the laughter session of a lifetime.

Date: December 29, 2019

Tickets: ₹499 onwards | Get them here

Venue: St. Andrews Auditorium, St. Dominic Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

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