Indian American comic insists he did not cross the line into inventing his personal experiences with racism
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The Indian American comedian is an alumnus of The Daily Show, iconic platform for political satire.
The comedian has made an indelible mark on the entertainment world with a unique blend of humor and social commentary
Spotify’s live finale of “King of Court” featured Danny Green and Indian American actor and rapper Utkarsh Ambudkar
Music streaming platformâ€™s new live audio show â€˜King of the Courtâ€™ is dedicated to the NBA playoffs
Indian American stand-up comedianâ€™s gripping new show will continue its tour across America until March 2022
April 25 event will see Indian American comic Minhaj with Kenan Thompson of “Saturday Night Live.”
Minhaj sat with seven Indian American kids to discuss everything from mispronounced desi names to dating.
Minhaj was told that his past comments â€œabout Prime Minister Modi were not appreciated.â€
The first ever New American Festival, celebrating immigrants, to be held in New York City on September 14 and 15.
IPL founder Lalit Modi tells the Indian American comedian that â€œcreating the war chest for the BCCIâ€ was a mistake.
The stand-up comic wins in entertainment category for the second consecutive year.
“Hasan is America. And America is Hasan,â€ writes Minhajâ€™s former Daily Show colleague Trevor Noah.
The latest episode of “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj” discusses stakes in Indian election.
In the first episode of the first season, Minhaj poked fun at â€˜bad Indian American role models.â€™ What can one expect in Season 2?
The comedian, who criticized U.S.-Saudi ties over the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi,Â delivers response on Twitter.
He becomes the first Indian American to have a weekly show.
The Who’s Who of the Desi stand-up universe: Top Indian American comedians.
Minhaj is currently a correspondent on The Daily Show.
Directed by Christopher Storer, the show has a runtime of 72 minutes
Blasio slammed the idea of racial inequality.
The Indian American comedian Hasan Minhaj roasts Trump, who skipped the event.
The event, an annual feature since 1921, will be held in Washington on April 29.
Minhaj second Indian American comedian after Aasif Mandvi, on the show.