Top 5 comedy specials on Netflix

1.Amit Tandon : Family Tandoncies


Amit Tandon, as an experienced family guy, provides a unique insight into the lives of a typical Indian family man. Amit discusses the trials and difficulties of being a father and a husband in this segment. His comedic take on these challenges is a breath of fresh air in the Indian stand-up comedy scene. The majority of the special is in Hindi, but if the language is not your strong suit, you can always turn on the subtitles for a good laugh.

2.Kapil Sharma : I’m not done yet

Kapil Sharma is arguably most known for frequently getting into Twitter squabbles with politicians and public personalities. Aside from that, Kapil is a wonderful comic. With his unabashed and expressive expressions, he will undoubtedly capture your attention and keep you laughing. In this hilarious show, he even includes his wife in several scenes. This programme is also primarily performed in Hindi.

3.Vir Das: landing

Vir Das is a very accomplished individual in his own right. This highly inventive individual has a slew of accomplishments that will leave you speechless, including acting in Bollywood films. His tremendously funny comedy overshadows all of this. Vir Das discusses his childhood in this episode. He then discusses the difficulties he faced in finding his place in the world and getting to where he is now. The show is performed in English, making it more accessible to a wider audience.

4.Your’s Sincerely: Kanan Gill

Kanan Gill, like most stand-up comedians, did not grow up dreaming of a career in comedy. He studied computer sciences and worked a typical nine-to-five job like the rest of us. A fortunate turn of events led to his current reputation and prosperity. Kanan revisits a letter he wrote to himself when he was 15 with a list of aspirations for his mature self in Yours Sincerely. His comic spin on this letter captivates the audience and will do the same for you. This show is primarily in English.

5.Indians and NRIs

Ladies Up features a couple of female comedians. Kaneez Surka is the most notable in this series, however. She’s most well-known for working alongside Cyrus Broacha in CNN’s “The Week that Wasn’t”. During her bit in Ladies Up, Kaneez goes over the finer bits of being an NRI and dealing with NRIs as well. She also discusses her struggles in life being a woman and finding her way around life. This show is done in English as well.