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Exclusive! “I will be talking of the time I went bankrupt,” says Vir Das about his next project, Losing It, a digital stand-up comedy special

Exclusive “I will be talking of the time I went bankrupt” says Vir Das about his next project Losing It a digital stand up comedy special
Exclusive “I will be talking of the time I went bankrupt” says Vir Das about his next project Losing It a digital stand up comedy special

Exclusive! “I will be talking of the time I went bankrupt,” says Vir Das about his next undertaking, Losing It, a digital stand-up comedy special | Wireler

Vir Das was final seen in the Netflix comedy special Abroad Understanding in 2017 and whereas he was lacking from the stand-up comedy scene throughout the final yr, he’s again! The 39-year-old comedian-actor is developing with one other comedy special with Netflix titled Losing It. But Vir, who’s at the moment capturing for his first American TV present Whiskey Cavalier, is planning to get again to his stand-up comedy area. The actor has been capturing for the TV present that will air in April 2019. Vir will play a spy in a staff of spies that saves the world each week. When requested about his expertise of taking part in a spy for the first time, the cheeky actor says, “It feels good to wear a suit, fire some guns and save the world.” (Also learn: Vir Das broadcasts his second comedy outing with Netflix – watch video)

But after capturing for the American present until December 20, Vir plans to remain again residence. Having travelled about 33 international locations for his stand-up exhibits and having performed a very massive India tour as properly, the comic is in determined want for some India-time and home-time.

Talking about his upcoming present, Losing It, the comedian-actor elaborated, “It is largely about re-questioning your perspective in life and I will be talking about broad themes like career, religion, politics, childhood, growing up in Africa, falling sick, dishonesty and even about the time I went bankrupt. I will be taking references from my real life as I learnt a lot while travelling. I felt like I had been shooting too much and hadn’t been able to give stand-up too much justice. So, I decided to do this show. Last year was all about stand-up and this year was about acting. So, I am going to make the next year about stand-up again.”

When we requested the actor if he most well-liked stand-up comedy or appearing, he shortly answered, “Acting is a very collaborative art form. There are a lot of people working hard to make you better at what you are doing. But when it comes to stand up, you are standing alone out there. So, if you are looking for space then stand up is nice but if you are looking to be around people and collaboration then acting is good. And a healthy balance of both is what I am looking at.” Well that’s a nice reply Vir.

Meanwhile, Vir who additionally owns a comedy consultancy firm and is an element of a band, knowledgeable that he plans to provide Eight-9 initiatives in the next 2 years and likewise create some new music. However, some appearing assignments will need to be accomplished first. The sequel to his 2013 hit movie Go Goa Gone, which featured Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Kemmu, Pooja Gupta and Anand Tiwari, will additionally go on the flooring someday next yr. He has additionally written a net collection titled Hasmukh which is being co-produced by Nikkhil Advani and during which he performs a spy. It will be a suspense thriller.

Well, we want him all the luck as he appears to have a lot on his plate. Keep it up Vir!


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