Wow! Famous Comedian Jerry Seinfeld to Perform First Time in India

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Hollywood actor cum comedian Jerry Seinfeld went off the air 17 years ago but in India his fans have some great news to be amused. The famous and Emmy award winning comedian Jerry Seinfeld will perform two live shows on 14th and 15th March next month at the Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium in Mumbai.

Jerry Seinfeld show mark his first ever performances in the Asia. Jerry Seinfeld tickets starts at Rs 7500 and are set to go on sale from this month 13th February.

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The well-know comedian stated that- "I have always been fascinated by India and its culture.  I have great respect for its people and their way of life.  It is a great honor for me to be invited to come there and make fun of it in person."
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Co-Founder of NH7 Arjun Ravi said that-”For many of us, our introduction to comedy was Seinfeld. He’s a comedian whose influence is impossible to understate, and it’s a matter of immense pride that we will be bringing this global icon to India for the first time.”
India’s biggest comedy festival 'Stage42' will bring together music and comedy. Moreover will present over 150 shows in almost 7 cities. The 150 shows would take place between the month of February and March 2015 in Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi and Mumbai.

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The comedy show lineup of the Stage42 festival includes Pretentious Nights featuring people behind the well liked YouTube series Pretentious Movie Reviews, Russell Peters Almost Famous World Tour and a trip by Bill Burr critically acclaimed comedian.

Jerry Seinfeld made a comedy series Seinfeld along with fellow stand-up comedian Larry David and the show become a superhit. Jerry Seinfeld won numerous awards for the comic series, which ran on NBC for almost 9 seasons.

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