A Brand New Stand up Special By Zakir Khan
The show is a dive into all Zakir’s shenanigans where he shares stories about being very consistently careless. He talks about how it always lands him in tough circumstances that would otherwise be butter easy. The show is called ‘Survival Instinct’ because now he has evolved into a higher species by adapting to his own flaw of being supremely low on conscientiousness. It’s basically him showing off at how good he is in moonwalking his way out of situations which he is to blame for. Some of these events have occurred while he was on a train to Delhi and one is from a time when he decided to watch a movie at the cinemas. Being a pro in this genre, Zakir also shares idiosyncrasies of couples, and mannerisms of young love. The biggest face of Indian Stand up Comedy is back with his cockiest material. If you miss this, the loss is real.
About Zakir Khan
Zakir Khan is one of the the brightest comedians in the country, as proven by the massive success of his recent Haq Se Single tour, and the Amazon Prime special of the same name. Zakir created waves in 2016 with his appearance on AIB Diwas, as he swiftly went on to become what AIB founder Tanmay Bhat describes as “The biggest stand-up comedy act in India. Period”. A writer by profession, this 'Confused Desi' serves his take on modern India, with a hard-to-resist style of humour that'll have you nodding your heads and clapping as you’ll relate to everything he says. One of the few comedians to consistently sell out venues across the country with his hard-to-resist rustic humor, Zakir Khan’s phenomenal rise as one of the most popular comedians in the country is nothing short of extraordinary. Over the last year, he has sold 50,000 tickets with over 100 shows in clubs, colleges and arenas. Called a pioneer of storytelling in Indian comedy, his take on modern India will have you nodding and clapping repeatedly. One of the few comics to India to do stand-up almost entirely in Hindi, Zakir is indeed a unique act, and it's easy to see why.
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