Get ready for a laugh riot as Atul Khatri returns to the Lion City

One of India’s most celebrated comedians is all set to enthrall audiences and have them rolling in the aisles in a live show on his return to Singapore.

A CEO turned stand-up guru, Khatri decided to become a comedian at the age of 45 after he was encouraged by his wife, Shaguna. Photo courtesy: LA Comedy LIVE

“LA Comedy Live is excited to announce that one of India’s best standup comedian, Atul Khatri, will be returning to Singapore on May 2, 2019, at SOTA Concert Hall. It’s going to be a night full of laughs,” an official statement read.

A CEO turned stand-up guru, Khatri decided to become a comedian at the age of 45 after he was encouraged by his wife, Shaguna.

Initially, he wanted to become a bartender and then later a DJ but did not pursue either field. Khatri started his career as a comic by posting jokes (as comic relief) on Facebook. Many people appreciated his sense of humour and as such, he signed up for an ‘open mic’ and never looked back.

Khatri has done more than 400 comedy drama shows, TV commercial, and Youtube videos. He was likewise one of the 3 finalists at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in Delhi in 2012.

Atul additionally performs at The Canvas Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store and with East India Comedy. He also performed in San Francisco for a pledge drive sorted out by American India Foundation.

So don’t miss the wonderful opportunity and get ready to go home laughing!

Tickets are on sale now via the official ticketing agent SISTIC, at www.sistic.com.sg and via the SISTIC Hotline (65) 6348-5555 and at all SISTIC Authorised Agents.

LA Comedy LIVE and LAMC Productions have been responsible for presenting comedy heavyweights in Singapore, including Russell Peters’ five sold-out shows at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and the Asia World Arena in Hong Kong, sold-out shows for John Cleese, Michael McIntyre, Margaret Cho, Chris Tucker, Bill Bailey, Dylan Moran and also staged and promoted Lilly Singh, Bill Burr, Eddie Izzard, Jimmy Carr, Margaret Cho, Rob Schneider and Steve-O in Singapore.




 

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