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Comedian Rajiv Satyal to feature on Culture Machine’s Being Indian
MUMBAI: Culture Machine’s YouTube channel Being Indian is all set to feature American-Indian comedian Rajiv Satyal’s humorous take on Indian weddings.
Titled ‘A Guide to Indian Weddings’, the show will air on the channel in a few weeks from now.
From being named the funniest employee at P&G, to doing stand-up comedy at corporate events, to becoming very serious about comedy, Rajiv Satyal has become an established name in the comic circles.
Satyal will take viewers through every aspect of an Indian wedding that could be ‘reformed’ slightly. He will tell viewers how to handle everything at Indian weddings including cell phones, friends, relatives, relatives who are drunk, not-so-close relatives, foodies and everyone else.
In his own satirical way, he will describe a variety of things that can and must be done a little ‘differently’ to make Indian weddings a lot more enjoyable.
‘A Guide to Indian Weddings’ will be a hilarious, yet realistic and very handy advice by Satyal to every Indian who is about to tie the knot.