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Here is a list of Brain Humour Festivals in India

Here is a list of Brain Humour Festivals in India

The world is full of funny people. In India itself, comedy shows and stand-up comedy have slowly started gaining popularity. While the world is dominated by music festivals, comedy festivals have managed to carve a niche in the entertainment sector. Be you humor neophyte or comedy nerd, here are some diverse festivals have something for everyone in India.

Comic Con Festival

Comic Con Festival is perhaps the largest comic fraternity group of India. Here, people cosplay as their favourite comic or movie character. Sounds fun, right? This festival has been responsible for fuelling the modern pop culture among the youth. It started when a bunch of comic lovers based in Delhi decided to create a comic gathering in India, only because travelling to foreign locations proved to be costly. The festival takes place in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

The Weirdass Pajama Festival

The Weirdass Pajama Festival is all about craziness and fun! India’s top comic acts under one roof! Working together with OML, this year’s edition will expand till Pune and Delhi, along with its roots in Bombay. Tickets will be available for sale December 15 onwards.

Indian Comedy Festival

The first Indian Comedy Festival features the likes of Papa CJ and Sanjay Rajoura. This festival showcases some of the finest talents in the Indian Comedy circuit. It also has a Best Stand Up Comedian Award, where comedians around the country battle it out to come out as the best. Plus, you can choose to see movies, ranging from contemporary ( Tere Bin Laden) to evergreen favourites (Andaz Apna Apna).

Comedy Central Chuckle Festival

Launched in 2013, the Comedy Central Chuckle Festival is by far India’s largest comedy festival. The festival has featured world class comedians like Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, Eddie Ifft and Paul Varghese. In its first edition, Tanmay Bhatt from AIB was the host of the event. The event was attended by 4,000 people, and since then, there had been no stopping for the train.