Biswa Mast Aadmi (2017)

biswa mast aadmi

 Biswa Mast Aadmi

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150* Social Posts
Comedy


Biswa Mast Aadmi Lead Cast : Biswa Kalyan Rath

Director: Siddharth Vasani



Synopsis

Biswa Mast Aadmi marks the online return of Biswa Kalyan Rath, (from ‘Pretentious Movie Reviews’) performing a solo stand-up after around 16 months. The show kicks off with Biswa trying to control his nerves by saying how the show is not a big deal, thereby acknowledging it is and he also reveals why he was out of the circle for so long. He then proceeds with some blue humor and a rare WhatsApp joke which I can’t seem to get out of my head.

Soon after, in a not so subtle manner, he reasons out why he doesn’t believe in Indian mythological characters. He also talks about the general stupidity that prevails among the Indian crowd and the difficulty we have in understanding sarcasm. Thenceforth, the real show begins.

Yes, I believe the real wits and intelligent humor that Biswa is known for starts when he talks about his life – childhood, school and the subsequent college life and his swag level growing simultaneously with his age. Biswa’s life journey has surely been an interesting one, right from state-board school to landing up in Sundar Pichai’s college and now stand up comedy. This segment marks the arrival of Jagan Mohan Rath – the typical badass Indian dad. This is the most gut-busting segment of the show.

Further, Biswa goes all-out on how he’s such a pro-feminist, problems with our brands, his ‘rocking’ college life and the fault in our education system (something most of us have precipitated in).

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This is followed by the last segment which is about the importance of sports in his life. Biswa confesses that even he had that Great Indian Cricketer Dream but his reality was restricted to being the 12th man. Biswa winds up the show with a segment on how his school PT teacher was a big ‘tharki’ just like every other PT teacher but a smart and ambitious one.

My favorite part of the show was when Biswa explained why humans hate gravity more than anything else.

I observed throughout the show that Biswa is so self- aware that after demonstrating his self-awareness, he acknowledges the fact that he’s too self-aware, thereby proving his bewildering level of self-awareness [Self-Awareception]. He makes sure that each one of his punch lines strike resonance with the crowd by bringing them up again throughout the course of the show if they didn’t perform well earlier, and that too, intelligently. It was not more than 15-minutes into the show that I was able to find more quotable lines than Martin Luther’s most quotable ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, 1963. This is definitely, by far my favorite stand-up special on Amazon till now (waiting for Kanan Gill’s ‘Keep It Real’) .

Do read the show’s description first. FIN.

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Gautam Gupta

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