India’s Laughter Champion: Comedy of Divyang Comedian has blown everyone’s senses, PM Modi has also praised

The new show ‘India’s Laughter Champion’ started in place of ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ is making a lot of headlines. Every weekend new standup comedians come to the show and make everyone laugh with their funny jokes and satire. Recently, a contestant came in this show who is not visible since childhood. Despite the lack of light in the eyes, this contestant has such a talent of comedy, seeing that even the judges Archana Puran Singh and Shekhar Suman were stunned. The name of this contestant is Abhay Sharma, who hails from Banaras.

Abhay Sharma’s eyes are bad since childhood
Makers have shared the story of Abhay Sharma and a video of his comedy on social media. As soon as he comes on stage, Abhay Sharma hits such a punch that everyone’s laughter is missed. Abhay Sharma presented his sad story and taunts in such a way that everyone was surprised. Abhay Sharma told how when he went to audition for the role of a Divyang, he was rejected saying that he did not have a blind feel.

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made fun of himself through comedy
Abhay Sharma took a jibe at himself and said, ‘People behind give different suggestions that Sir, you should not go on stage and make eye contact with the judges. Me and Eye Contact? Some people said in such a way that you do not get nervous seeing the judges. Now who can tell them that the nervous are those who are seen.’ Seeing the comedy of Abhay Sharma, even Shilpa Shetty including Archana Puran Singh and Shekhar Suman is left laughing. Shilpa Shetty had arrived for the promotion of her film ‘Nikamma’. Along with him were his co-stars.

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For 6 years, I myself did not know that the eyes were bad
Abhay Sharma further mocking his condition said, ‘See the problem of being from UP that for 6 years we did not know ourselves that our eyes are bad. We thought the light had gone out. When the family came to know that we could not see, there was a terrible darkness in front of their eyes. First of all, my father, who liked Arjuna in ‘Mahabharata’, said that this Dhritarashtra was also not a bad person. The girls sitting on the waterfall used to hurt the most. When we leave, we start talking – a boy like a diamond, tall stature, nice face. It is only from God that the sin has been committed.’

Abhay Sharma enumerated the benefits of being blind
Abhay Sharma further said, ‘Nobody believes it or not. There are benefits to being blind. The world is so comfortable with us that people can say goodnight to us round the clock. The second advantage is that in any marriage we do not have to see the face. The bigger advantage is that a beautiful girl like Rachael comes to drop her on the stage. Look at the tragedy of my life. Once when I went to audition for the role of a blind, I was rejected. He said that you do not look blind. I said sir I am blind. He said that that thing is fine, but the feeling of blindness is not coming. You must have heard that love is blind. Look carefully, I am that love.

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PM Modi has also praised Abhay Sharma
Abhay Sharma is 24 years old and in 2017 he was also seen in The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. Akshay Kumar also used to judge that show then. Abhay Sharma was among the top-7 contestants in it. Abhay Sharma was also praised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In Banaras, Abhay Sharma performed a skit on Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’, seeing which PM Modi could not live without praising Abhay. Abhay Sharma is studying Political Science from Banaras Hindu University.

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Want to make an identity on the basis of talent, not mercy
Abhay Sharma told in an interview to ‘Hindustan Times’ that after ‘The Great Indian Laughter Challenge’, he used to get offers from many shows. But everything came to a halt due to Kovid. Now that he has got a second chance as India’s Laughter Champion, he doesn’t want to miss it. Abhay Sharma wants to make a mark in the world of comedy not on the mercy of the people but on the basis of his talent.

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