South African Indian entertainer Karou Charou raises the temperature and the giggles with his online comedy show Kama Sutra streaming globally. The man you love to hate will be premiering on your screens for a late-night show this Friday evening, 24 July at 9 PM. The Kama Sutra show aims to tackle sex and sexuality within the South African Indian community debunking sexual myths and educate a mature audience with a funny spin on everything kinky.
This adult-only show can be viewed on your smart device in the comfort of your home. The Karou Charou also added, “Your support will be appreciated. All those who buy the R200 ticket will get free access to my next LIVESTREAM show titled, Don’t Dalla Wid Da Masala which is a family-oriented show scheduled for Saturday, 29 August. Your support will be most greatly appreciated.”
You will either enjoy the Kama Sutra show and if you feel offended well then… I suggest you f*ck off! I was cringing with delight as every myth of sex & Indians was debunked in a hilariously vulgar fashion.Naufal Khan, Sunday Times Extra
You can purchase a ticket via Quicket, a link will be sent to you via email to access the show for its premiere and the show will be available for 24 hours thereafter. Ticket prices range from R120 to R200, this allows you to contribute to supporting small business owners.
It is the show that launched his career and ultimately rocketed him to South African household fame and then went global. The show Kama Sutra: Sex and Da Charou first debuted at the Sibaya Casino in 2011 with three sold-out performances and went on to sell out a further 25 shows across South Africa. To purchase a ticket to Karou Charou’s Kama Sutra show and help support small business click here
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