Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - Sa­marth Goyal sa­marth. goyal@ hin­dus­tan­times. com

We should be able to in­spire peo­ple to pro­duce more con­tent, which is far more edgier and rel­e­vant Rohan Joshi, AIB mem­ber

It is young fans com­ing with their par­ents to en­joy their shows that gives the five-mem­ber comic group, AIB, most sat­is­fac­tion. We spoke to AIB’s mem­bers

Rohan Joshi (above right) and Gur­sim­ran Khamba (above far right), who were in Delhi re­cently to talk about YouTube com­edy hunt, In­dia’s lead­ing co­me­di­ans’ search to find the coun­try’s next best com­edy act. “It’s great to see young­sters bring par­ents with them to watch us live,” says Khamba.“It’s ex­cit­ing to see­ing their re­ac­tions. They prob­a­bly didn’t even know that In­di­ans are ca­pa­ble of be­ing stand-ups. It’s heart­en­ing to see fam­i­lies en­joy our shows to­gether,” he adds. They say that watch­ing comic shows helps par­ents un­der­stand that it can be a vi­able pro­fes­sion. “The best part is, they prob­a­bly won’t stop their kids from do­ing stand-up. We should be able to in­spire peo­ple to pro­duce more con­tent that is far more edgier and rel­e­vant,” says Rohan.

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