LOL STARS: Edgy Indian Stand-Up Comedians Coming To Vancouver

Get ready for Rahul Subramanian and Kunal Kamra, who are coming to Vancouver to rock local comedy lovers out of their chairs with their edgy humour.

VANCOUVER – Are you ready for some edgy comedy from a pair of Indian stand-up comics, maybe jokes about Indian democracy which might itself be a joke?

Then get ready for Rahul Subramanian and Kunal Kamra, who are coming to Vancouver to rock local comedy lovers out of their chairs with their edgy humour.

Both comedians, who hail from Mumbai, are YouTube stars in their own right and their videos have millions of views on social media. From events in the lives of the middle class to political storms, all of life finds a way into their comical standpoints. If you aren’t already a fan, this show will make one out of you.

LOL Stars are presented by Dime Era Ent & South Asian Arts Society in association with Mo Dhaliwal, which will host the event at the Molson Canadian Theatre at Hard Rock Casino in Coquitlam on October 26.

Rahul Subrmanian is witty, understands that middle class comical journey to the rat race and often uses it to show the funny side of every day life. Hr describes himself as: “I am 5 Feet 7 inches short, wheatish complexion with dark brown eyes and short toenails. My favourite wood is ply and my favourite book is notebook. I believe in the philosophy of Rajesh. Rajesh is my childhood friend. As a kid I never ever imagined that scientists will discover God particle and petrol will become so expensive. I consider myself a stranger to all those who do not know me. Live and let others work. In the end you are answerable only to no one. Peace in”

For more information about the event, contact Vik Dutta at 604-318-4913; 415-662-DIME; 418-476-DIME.

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Raj Paul Dhillon is an award winning journalist based in Vancouver, Canada. He received his second National Best Editorial Award from the National Ethnic Media and Press Association of Canada, presented to him by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on November 21, 2010 in Toronto. Aside from an extensive writing/editing work with a number of newspapers and magazines (currently the editor of the South Asian LINK newspaper, the oldest South Asian newspaper in Canada), he has also done freelance writing for mainstream publications like The Vancouver Sun and Georgia Straight newspapers. He holds a degree in Communications and in Film from Simon Fraser University.

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