INDIA’S EDGIEST COMEDY COLLECTIVE – AIB All India Bakchod
AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2016
MELBOURNE THE FORUM FRIDAY 6 MAY
Book at Ticketmaster 136 100 www.ticketmaster.com.au
SYDNEY ENMORE THEATRE SUNDAY 8 MAY
Book at Festival Box Office 9020 6966 www.sydneycomedyfest.com.au or Ticketek 132 849 www.ticketek.com.au
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All India Bakchod (AIB) is India’s edgiest, most infamous comedy collective. They are the biggest selling stand-up act in India and are famous for sketches released on their wildly popular YouTube channel with over 1.4 million subscribers.
They executed India’s first celebrity roast in 2015, the video for which garnered 11 million views in 3 days. Apart from performing all across India, they have toured their irreverent brand of comedy in Singapore and Dubai. This will be their first tour of Australia. The 60-minute show will feature stand-up, songs and sketches.
Tanmay Bhat, Gursimran Khamba, Rohan Joshi and Ashish Shakya, AIB are widely regarded as India’s premier comedic tour-de-force across multiple forms of media.
Gursimran is the co-founder of AIB and has been a standup comic since 2009. He enjoys talking about things people don’t like talking about. “Perhaps the most outrageous comic” Deccan Herald.
Tanmay Bhat is one of India’s brightest comedians. He is also a television writer and feature film writer, humour columnist with First Post and Time Out Mumbai. His television credits include India’s first English sketch comedy special Ripping The Decade on Star World. “Tanmay is such an exciting talent that you need more than just your hands to clap for him. His stuff is edgy, personal, real and has the pace of a rebel invasion.” Vir Das.
Rohan Joshi was on Times Of India’s list of top comedians in India in 2012. In 2012 he performed a the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and joined a select group of Indian comedians to have performed at the Comedy Store in London.
Ashish Shakya has been a comic for over seven years. On the TV front he has worked with such brands that include MTV, and Channel V. He co-wrote the hit news comedy show The Week That Wasn’t with Cyrus Broacha on CNN. He also writes a humour column in the Hundustan Times where he expounds on everything from Pakistan to the futility of Politics and on line dating.