90 minutes of hilarious Indian comedy!

The enigmatic and charismatic – Karou Charou, is the most commercially successful Indian comedian on the circuit with a host of sold-out shows across the country including places such as Thohoyandou, Witbank, Nelspruit and Mabopane.

He recently toured Johannesburg with the Uncle’s Peru & Bala , but this time he’s flying solo and what a flight this is going to be!

Karou believes that the Indian audience is the biggest supporter of comedy in SA, and he has tailored this show to ensure that his target audience will relate to his every tale.  The turbaned one will allude to the secret as to why the muslim community are so rich. He will offer an explanation as to why the majority of Indians can’t swim and further explain why rugby is not a sport for Indians. Always re-defining himself and his act, the turbaned one has a few new “TRICKS” up his sleeve.  He also dabbles in a bit of magic and his mental telepathy stunt , using a pack of cards , 2 audience members and an ordinary egg beater, will leave you gobsmacked!

Karou’s success revolves around his refreshingly different style. His trademark walks off the stage engaging in unscripted banter with the audience always yields hilarious, crowd pleasing results. The show will feature in Gauteng at the Patidar Hall (Lenasia) on Friday 04 April.  Local clubs and organisations are invited to use the show for fundaraising. Limited tickets are offered on a 50/50 deal .  For more information email : or call  083 660 1424

Don’t Dalla wid Da Masala , has played to capacity audiences across KZN, Port Elizabeth and East London. It is a 90 minute, high energy, high octane, on-stage, comedy riot.


  • Date: Friday,  4th April 2014
  • Venue: Patidar Hall, Lenasia
  • R100-00 at the offices of the Rising Sun and available at Computicket / Shoprite MoneyMarket counter

Gold Reef City 

  • Date: Saturday,  5th April 2014
  • Venue: Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City
  • R150-00 available at Computicket / Shoprite MoneyMarket counter
    Limited early bird tickets at R120-00


About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.

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