“Pant on Fire!”


So what’s on fire? Lovey-dovey issues? quick-fire malyalis ? overbearing cricket fans ? insipid state of hockey ? soppy television soaps ? irritating self-proclaimed champions ?
a particular pant ?

This time The Pant will leave a blazing trail of fiery comments and loads of laughter in its wake as he brings you his “Pant on Fire” special. The 90 minute stand-up comedy show that answers existential questions such as why cricket ads should be banned, why wives need batteries, why Malyalis are culture chameleons and why Tiger Woods needs to start bottling his own beverage.

Along with the stand up, the show also features two of Sorabh’s most famous characters: the infamous Sorabh Pun (widely voted as, “the world’s worst comedian”) and Pantjot Singh Sidhu (who does Sidhu’s similes better than Sidhu himself). All in all, it will be a mix of loads of stand up with characters and a dig at every community in the country; ensuring a ban across the country.

Pant on Fire is a home – grown comedy property that’s been developed, honed and workshopped for India. It features 0 foreign comedians – so, you shouldn’t have a problem with accents. Unless, bad impressions of people with accents is a problem!
Watch as Sorabh presents some of his best material, from past superhit shows combined with fantastic new material and much, much more!

Show 1: 29th September’11 at TOIT, 100 feet road, Indiranagar, Bangalore

Show 2: 30th Sep & 1st Oct’11, 8:00 p.m at Jagriti Theater, Ramagondanahalli,  Varthur Road, Whitefield, Bangalore

So be there to laugh your pants off!

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About Sorabh Pant:
Sorabh Pant has come a long way from being known as a repeatedly rejected TV anchor. With over 130 stand up shows in 3 years across 12 cities, he’s now one of India’s top comedians, an author, TV writer and a repeatedly rejected TV anchor ([V], Star World, CNBC, Pogo).Fortunately, his lineup of real achievements far outreaches the lineup of hair on his head:In July ’11, Sorabh opened for international star, Wayne Brady (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) across 5 cities, who called him, “the second brilliant Indian comedian I’ve seen after Russell Peters.” He’s also toured Dhaka (no, seriously!) and will be following up shows in Dubai (October) and beyond from November onward with the international edition of Pant on Fire. He’s one of just three Indian comedians to hit auditoriums with his solo show, “Pant on Fire” at NCPA, St.Andrews (October) and now, Jagriti. After threatening to release any day for five years, his fantasy novel, “The Wednesday Soul”, will finally be released by Tranquebar (Westland – Tata) this December.