Funny Thursdays in Bangalore

Tuesday, 24 July 2012 - 12:08pm IST | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA
Does Thursday make a good day to laugh? Well even if there is no such evidence, DNA brings to you two very funny events to catch up with this Thursday…

How much can you laugh? Find out at the The Ultimate Hahathon at CounterCulture on July 26, 8pm. The evening features Kenneth Sebastian and Sal Yusuf, both of who will entertain you to the hilt.

Kenneth Sebastian is a 21 year old film-maker, musician and graphic artiste. He has been making films since he was 15 years old and has had 4 years of experience as being a professional film editor. He has acted in plays, performed music concerts as a part of his band and also performed stand up comedy along with famous comedians like Praveen Kumar (of Polished Bottoms) and Rajneesh Kapoor.  Kenneth has recently released his very first self composed album with his acoustic Blues band Anup and Kenneth and also has been involved with music composition and production for numerous independent short films and feature films. Sal Yusuf began as a struggling art and theatre student, studying the essentials of theatre interspersed with the disciplines of mime and puppetry. From there on, he went on to do rather mundane jobs. After various acting jobs and teaching kids — he now makes people laugh.

The other event we’re looking forward to is the The East India Comedy Show: LOLympics Special with Sorabh Pant, featuring Sapan Verma at Biere Club at 8pm.

One of India’s top comedians, Sorabh Pant unleashes some fresh comedy on one of India’s top grouses — The Olympics and other things besides. The show will also feature, the Bangalore debut of Demotivational Speaker, Arinpant Chaudhari and new comedy from Sapan Verma with his freshly gelled hair. Join them as they make inane jokes, awful puns and bronze-medal worthy idiocy. The show will feature some jokes on the Olympics from an Indian POV: why kabaddi at the Olympics is a bad idea, how Indian divers should wear boxers and why Olympic Officials should look at brochures from Raj Travels.


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