After skillfully playing with words, politician and writer Shashi Tharoor is ready to try his hand at comedy with Amazon Prime Video’s new series ‘One Mic Stand’. Here is how Twitter reacted to the trailer of his special.
Amazon Prime Video released the trailer for its new stand-up series ‘One Mic Stand’ with a diverse set of people who will wear the hat of a stand-up comedian. While it will see people from the entertainment industry like Bhuvan Bam, Taapsee Pannu, Vishal Dadlani etc, one who will also join them is a politician and writer, Shashi Tharoor.
Shashi Tharoor is a well-known politician, writer and a former career international diplomat who has represented India on a global platform. He is a member of parliament and is known for his vocabulary and great command over the English language. His speech has not only taken his ideas to people at large, but it has also become part of hundreds of memes. He is known for making astute comments and taking his penchant for the English prose forward he has now worn the hat of a stand-up comedian. The recently released trailer of his episode from Amazon Prime Video’s ‘One Mic Stand’ is relatable AF and it has us excited for the entire special.
This right here goes to show that we’ve all been in the same boat. The boat named, ‘Public embarrassment by parents’. Take a look and let the lols roll:
Twitter had its own reaction to the trailer of Shashi Tharoor’s episode from One Mic Stand:
who called him Dr. Shashi Tharoor and not Dr. Shashi Thesaurus ?
— amazon prime video IN (@PrimeVideoIN) November 13, 2019
The way he says – "Oh Shashi, always quoting Shakespeare."
— Manisha Kadyan (@Miss_Kadyan) November 13, 2019
Mr Tharoor-I am sure u will make a far better stand up comic than most of the clowns here who think Comedy is all about 4 letter words?
Listening to u took me back the classic comedy shows like Yes Minister,Are U Being Served, Black Adder etc
Why did u even get into politics?
— Sameer (@BesuraTaansane) November 13, 2019
I am just so amazed!!
— Anushree Arun (@anushreearun13) November 13, 2019
Recently, there was a stand-up comedian who became the President of Ukraine. Here in India, we have a Member of Parliament becoming a stand-up comedian. I admire Dr. @ShashiTharoor for constantly finding new ways to connect with the youth. Looking forward to #OneMicStand https://t.co/Yp9GARqRPf
— Kaushik Subramanian (@kaushikramasamy) November 13, 2019
— Rajat Kumar (@GlobalBihari) November 13, 2019
And before we go, we have only one thing to say to those who didn’t find it funny, “Pardon our recalcitrance in believing that’s true”.