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Leading Singapore comedian Kumar in his new work The Great Indian Mix – Kumar Spills the Tea.
Veteran comedian Kumar will put on a 90-minute stand-up comedy focused on the nuances of Indian identity.
Live shows are officially back in full swing, and what better way to ease us into this “new normal” than an epic comedy night by local comedian Kumar? We could definitely do with the laughs, and Kumar is ready to bring the house down this September, with quick wit and irreverent quips on everyday life — face masks, social distancing, pandemic-induced lockdowns included.
As comedy powerhouse Kumar takes the world by storm with his Kumarsutra Greatest Hits World Tour, Augustman steals a moment with the stand-up comic for an exclusive heart-to-heart and uncovers an inspiring story of true mettle, forged in the fire of rape and rough upbringing, and the positive attitude to turn pain into power, wisdom and an outstanding career in spreading laughter.
The legendary Kumar brings his latest show Kumar Guilty to the stage, taking the public on a roller coaster ride of laughter and entertainment.
Kumar Guilty, now showing at Sands Theatre, is an entertaining show where audiences are allowed to let it go and share their innermost desires.
11 years ago, an 18-year-old boy stood outside Kumar’s doorsteps. He never imagined that that would be the day he became a parent.
“I don’t ever want to have kids. I hate them,” says Kumar. But he could not turn down an 18-year-old boy when he stood outside his home asking for sanctuary.
Singaporean comedian Kumar has made many in Singapore crease with his witty sociopolitical jokes on stage.
While many celebrities keep mum about their personal lives, Singapore comedian Kumar has gone the extra mile — he’s kept a son away from the limelight for about 11 years.
Kumar is one of those rare comedians who can go by just one name and still be instantly recognized by fans across Southeast Asia.
We are in Kumar’s dressing area. The Straits Times video team is fussing with equipment, as they do. The idea today is that I talk to the comedian about his 30 years in show business as he gets made up and dons a dress. To witness a transformation as he reflects on his legacy.