Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city


  • Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city
    Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city
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  • Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city
    Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city
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  • Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city...
    Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city...
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  • Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city....
    Overall the crowd at Deshpande Hall had a great time with Rant of the Pant in Nagpur city....
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Nagpur : Amdist the 900 people at Deshpande Hall, Civil lines the well known stand up comedian and Founder of East India Comedy Sorabh Pant received a standing ovation for his 2 hours of non stop entertainment and fun! The show called “Rant of the Pant” was organized by TalkSpaced in collaboration with AIESEC in Nagpur.

The show began with city's beloved Jitesh Wasani opening the event with his humorous jokes and wit. Standup comedy as a career perspective isn't considered by everyone even though we live in a time where people are starting to take up newer roles to follow their passion. People see comedians as people who just know how to make jokes but it is more than that. Sorabh’s jokes on various topics of Politics, Politicians and Actors were filled with humor and the audience enjoyed in every single joke that he cracked but the audiences also agreed to certain facts that his jokes were based upon. That's the work of a true comedian who brings out the harsh realities of the society while making people laugh.

When the show concluded, he took the time to appreciate the effort put in from the organizers from TalkSpaced and AIESEC Volunteers at the Venue. He further went on to quote, “I feel jealous of the people from AIESEC. You know why? Because at the age 17 these people are going to Egypt and when I was 17 used plan to go to Khandala!!” to which the crowd followed with a round of laughter and applause.

 



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