Go­ing The French Way!


STAGE, cam­era and the mic have been fa­mil­iar ter­ri­tory for Aadar Ma­lik from the age of seven. A trained singer from Trin­ity Col­lege, Lon­don, Aadar brings all forms of ta­lent on a sin­gle plat­form in a one man mu­si­cal com­edy show, The Sound of Com­edy that show­cases him singing live (lyrics that are comic in na­ture), play­ing the grand pi­ano (yes, you read that right) . Aadar’s satir­i­cal song about his pet goat won him a bronze at the Worldwide Com­edy Short Film Fes­ti­val in Lon­don. And, as he is one shy from 30, he has signed a French com­edy, Sun, set in con­tem­po­rary Paris. Sun, also known as Su­nil Pa­tel, is a 30-year-old man of In­dian de­scent liv­ing a fran­tic life in mod­ern Paris. In or­der to keep work­ing, Sun de­cides to cre­ate his own courier com­pany. His plans quickly get com­pli­cated when his cousin, a sitar player, shows up un­ex­pected and Sun prom­ises him a con­cert at Olympia, a fa­mous con­cert hall. What hap­pens next forms the sto­ry­line. Seems like an en­ter­tainer!

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