Here’s What Went Down At the April’s Session of Comedy Masala 2018


Comedy Masala International returned to Karachi once again with new comedians to entertain the audience. As tradition, Pakistan American Cultural Centre (PACC) was chosen to be the venue again and just like their last session in February, Comedy Masala left an ever-lasting impression. At last night’s show marked the 40th show of Comedy Masala where the international comedy club’s founder Umar Rana, along with his partners including marketing director Haris Qasim, brought Tom Cotter, Liz Miele and Kyile Grooms from the US to entertain the local crowd.Comedy masala

It was quite an unexpected experience as Comedy masala is the first of its kind in Pakistan since stand-up comedy is a rare thing here. On the 28th of April, when our team arrived at PACC, the place was packed with enthusiastic individuals and the event itself had a very exclusive vibe to it.

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Below is a video of how this month’s session looked like:

Below is Comedy Masala’s co-founder Umar Rana with Liz Miele inviting everyone to the event. As a matter of fact, the comedians got sick after having some Pakistani food here. It’s funny because this happens to many foreigners after they taste Pakistani food. In turn, the food, along with other observations, also becomes part of their improvisation.

So, when everyone got settled Umar Rana set up the mood for the audience, interacted with them, made sure he got to know them better… and well, asking them common questions (about their occupation, etc.) that they would never be able to answer with a straight face again. After all, that’s just one of the tricks that the comics love to use to make the audience laugh hysterically at all the jokes and the burns they throw. Comedy masala

It took no time for Umar Rana to engage the audience and turn the room into a set of hysterical laughing. His go-to gag about people using phones during the show never fails to get a laugh.

Additionally, not only did the food incident happen but the headlining act Kyle Grooms could not make it to the show because he lost his passport in the US Postal Service. Which made Tom Cotter the headlining act where most of his jokes thrived on wordplay. Liz Miele joined us from her European tour and her material was about travel, mental health issues, nuances of relationships engaged the crowd even more.

Comedy Masala will be back in Karachi in the month of July next so stay tuned and don’t forget to book your tickets!

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