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Top comics from India introduce Laughter Games on YouTube

Top comic groups from the country including two from Tamil Nadu have put together a series of nine new web series on YouTube as part of its Laughter Games property.

Top comics from India introduce Laughter Games on YouTube
A screen grab of an Enna Da Rascals comedy sketch on YouTube

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Spearheaded by Mumbai-based Only Much Louder, Culture Machine and Arre, the activity will see brand new episodes from nine stand-up comics and collectives such as, East India Comedy, Anuvab Pal, Enna Da Rascalas, SNG Comedy, Random Chikibum, Kenneth Sebastian, Them Boxer Shorts, Arre and Put Chutney.

Put Chutney and Enna Da Rascalas have a local connect with Tamil Nada by having the distinction of being based out of the state. The will represent the comic validity that the south has to offer. 

The SNG Comedy has set the ball rolling with two episodes of its web series titled ‘What If’ going live. Random Chikibum’s show titled Random Daftar which revolves around office humour is also up for viewing.

Bengaluru-based Kenny Sebastian show called ‘Starboyz’ is a sci-fi comedy set in the future and captures a group of South Indian Boys on road trip of a lifetime.

Over the next few days more creators will unveil their brand new shows under the hashtag LaughterGames on YouTube. 

“There is massive demand for original digital content in India across genres. We believe Laughter Games will be first of many digital properties that will provide such original content on a consistently scheduled basis,” says OML CEO Ajay Nair. 

Put Chutney are all set with ‘Ctrl+Alt+Del’, while Enna Da Rascals are bringing the series, ‘Black Sheep’. Sameer Pitalwalla, CEO of Culture Machine says, “Laughter Games is an affirmation of the coming of age of digital storytelling. It has allowed our creative teams to expand their palette and to commit to long form digital content, that’s also supported ably in both monetisation and distribution by the world’s largest and most digital video platform.” 

‘Ctrl+Alt+Del’ is the story of a 26-year-old software engineer, who is confronted with the uncomfortable truth that he is fit only for arranged marriage and how he finds comfort with four friends who are hell bent on setting his life on an unexpected course. ‘Black Sheep’ is about the serious efforts that are put in the comedy business. Two young enterprising and misguided entrepreneurs capture what really happens behind the scenes.

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