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Comicstaan 2 not only a show, opportunity to explore talents

Comicstaan 2 will runs for a total of eight episodes, with the seven judges using one episode each to train the contestants.

New Delhi: Amazon Prime Video, Comicstaan 2 is not just a show for the contestants but it has given everyone an opportunity to explore their talents with the best in the field, the judges of the show giving a pool of talent to look out for with the best comic timings and calibre. Just like the last season, the contestants of the show are from different parts of the country who are starting to pursue their career in stand up with Amazon Prime Video, Comictsaan being their first round of battle.

The web series is bizarre and has created a rostrum for aspiring comedians to showcase their talents, the element that makes Comiscstaan stand out from other kinds of reality shows, all the content and material is prepared by the contestants, are original instead of just copying someone else’s content which does very little for the people participating in terms of creativity. Season 2 is all about insight acumen in different kinds of genres in comedy. The focus is not just about comedy but the perfect blend of character and praise.

Comedians such as Biswa Kalyan Rath, Kanan Gill, Kenny Sebastian, Kaneez Surka and Zakir Khan are the judges, will joining them for season 2 and virtuoso comedians Sumukhi Suresh and Neeti Palta they are also mentors to the new group of comedians that the second season will have and these seven will entirely rule the stage with their vibe and stooge flair. In season 2 concept shall remain like season one but vow for more content and comedy. Comicstaan 2 will runs for a total of eight episodes, with the seven judges using one episode each to train the contestants in varied aspects of comedy. Comicstaan 2 promises to bring a fresh dose of laughter with seven judges and ten contestants.

 

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