Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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In these times of changing fashions and fading fads, good humour is something that never goes out of style. Today, despite the staggering inflation, plunging stock market, and constant terror threats, India’s sense of humour is ‘Still Moving Still Shaking.’ Shekhar Suman, the original stand-up comedian presents 2-hours of uninterrupted, never-done-before-acts, live, for a jam-packed audience at the Taj Palace in New Delhi. In his typical freewheeling style, he is set to make you laugh like never before.
‘Still Moving Still Shaking’ is a two-hour laugh-a-thon that promises to leave audiences asking for more. The talented Shekhar Suman is at his rib-tickling comic best, showing why he is India’s undisputed king of satire.
This laugh riot waves goodbye to old and clichéd jokes. Expect a whiff of novelty through Shekhar’s trademark brand of observational humour and cutting-edge wit. Shekhar comments on the issues and events that have occurred this year, from the dropping Sensex to rising inflation and from the nuclear deal and our rather ‘interesting’ politicians to Bollywood. Truly, humour will never be this fresh or fun!
Catch a glimpse of renowned personalities like Ram Vilas Paswan, Mrs. L.K. Advani, Pratibha Advani, Salman Khursheed, as they enjoy the performance. It is observational and has a take on the way a billion people look at their own lives. Shekhar's comments are witty, cutting edge and gutsy.
‘Still Moving Still Shaking’ will air from December 14th at 9pm on NDTV Imagine. After all, laughter is the best medicine!
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