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30 COME Presented by Ratatouille, an open mic evening where new comics come and try their hand at comedy and where old comics try new bits. Come be part of some ones first time! Fun way to spend your #ticklerthursday
Date 17th November
Tickets cost Rs 250
Venue: Jeff Goldberg Studio (1st floor) 133 Gazebo House, Above mamagoto, Hill Road, Bandra (w)
Jeeya believes if you are fat once (by fat she means FAAAAT) you are fat forever, mentally you never become thin even after losing all the weight. An event manager turned stand-up comedian, improviser and actor, she has made entertainment her new life's mission since nothing else is going for her!
Ameya Deshpande is a comedian and the winner of #COME 15.
Bhavish Ailani is Sindhi by birth and funny by profession. Being an MBA like almost everyone else, Bhavish does not rely too much on his education to make a living. Instead he uses observational comedy and self-deprecating humor to make life bearable. Veteran of over one hundred ridiculous shows, most of which he has hosted himself, this is pretty much the only thing he is good at. Like most comics on the circuit, Bhavish has recently gone through a break-up. So please show him some love and assume everything we've said here is true.
Tanmay Bhat was only 17 years old when he started writing for papers like Mumbai Mirror,The Times Of India and WWM. By the time he was in college, Tanmay had started writing for television projects like Filmfare, India's Got Talent and MTV Wassup. He is one of the youngest stand-up comedians in India who got the opportunity to work with Vir Das and showcase his talent at the Comedy store. In 2011, he co-founded the All India Bakchod, a comedy collective with Gursimran Khamba. Tanmay Bhat will be seen performing at Royal Turd, Mumbai in September 2014.