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Comedian Navin Kumar On South Indian Vs Hindi Speak

COMEDY: Comedian Navin Kumar shares the struggle that Indians face when they hail from opposite ends of India. So now find out how bad is your command of Hindi and Tamil. Kumar is a Chennai born-Bangalore based standup comedian. By day, he works as a software engineer and by night he moonlights as a standup comedian around cafes in the city of Bangalore crafting new giggles all the time. Kumar defines his humour as, “My slice of humour involves natural and funny stories from South India, being an Engineer, being an Indian, being a son and what not! I keep my humour personal while trying to connect and relate to the audience.”

Kumar has performed alongside some of the top comics in the country including Sanjay Manaktala, Praveen Kumar, Aravind SA, Karthik Kumar, Sundeep Rao, Kartik Iyer and Kenny Sebastian.

Watch this segment where he reveals the hilarious struggle that Indians face when they are from either the north or south of India.

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