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I Come from the Land of the Kama Sutra…

An Indian comedian takes on the British Empire

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In August 1947, India celebrated her independence from the Empire. In March 2005, more than fifty-seven years later, a skinny, bespectacled Indian boy stood up to the British in his own way. As the only Indian comedian in the UK, in front of a predominantly English audience on a stage in South London, he sought to take…

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Papa CJ

Papa CJ

Professional comedian. Published author. Disappointing lover. Oxford MBA. Executive coach. Website: http://papacj.com. Newsletter: http://papacj.substack.com.

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