Sorabh Pant is one of India’s best and most traveled comedians, having down 300+ shows in 17 cities in 3 years with his first comedy special, “Pant on Fire.” Though, in his defense, he did it only for the frequent flier miles. His second special, “Traveling Pants”, debuted at India’s premier comedy venue, The Comedy Store and will travel across the country and beyond shortly – if only to prove the truth in its title.
He’s also opened for Rob Schneider (You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, Deuce Bigalow) and Wayne Brady’s (Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Wayne Brady Show) India tour. Rob called him, “Fabulous. Just very loud, with jokes in the middle! Killed in every city.” Wayne Brady said about Sorabh, “He’s the second brilliant Indian comedian I’ve seen, after Russell Peters.”
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