VOTE FOR PANT But, Don’t

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Sorabh Pant

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Rupa Publications

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Publisher

Rupa Publications

Publication Year 2022
ISBN-13

9789355202192

ISBN-10 9355202199
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 200 Pages
Language (English)
Weight (grms) 150

Do not vote for comedian Sorabh Pant. He is irrelevant, insignificant and has no knowledge or insights about politics and issues that matter. Also, he’s never going to run for elections but, that’s another story. Either way, Sorabh is still going to talk about those issues, or at least the ones he’s allowed to talk about. In this book of toned-down thoughts and toothless opinions, he attempts to answer the important questions: Can motivational speakers solve unemployment? Is politics mainly about not paying tax? Should India give a haircut to Mallya? Can we use our population for direct profit? What is the correct price to buy news? Did ‘someone’ important plagiarize Sorabh’s stand-up set? Should the prime minister personally thank people for paying income tax? What makes China so cute? Is nepotism not really Bollywood’s problem? Should the punishment for fake news be more fake news? And, if Sorabh hosted Mann ki Baat, who would watch that?

Sorabh Pant

Sorabh Pant was inspired to write The Wednesday Soul after a series of serious accidents that threatened to derail his blossoming career as a rejected TV personality. Amidst finding scientific proof that the accidents were caused by black magic from an ex-girlfriend, he decided to dig deeper and write a tome about the existential crisis of death. For about three minutes. When he became an alleged comedian, he decided to leave those crises to Bengali and dead Russian authors and write a completely different book that explored the world of death from the perspective of a certifiable lunatic a world of rockstar gods, late celebrities, gargantuan creatures and other substance abuse-related figments of his imagination. Five years and eighty-seven re-writes later, The Wednesday Soul was born, leaving the world of the afterlife in tumult, one assumes. It is a labour of love, lunacy and a very depraved mind. A mind that, aside from belonging to a writer, also belongs to a stand-up comedian who has been touted as one of the country s top ten in The Times of India. Over the last two years, Sorabh s show, Pant on Fire has done over a 100 shows in 13 cities, making it the secondmost toured show in India. Although, he did it mainly for the frequent flier miles. He s also a columnist for numerous magazines, a temporarily retired TV writer and a professional Faller From Mountains. He s also married so he understands the anguish and pain associated with subconscious suicide. The Wednesday Soul is his debut. It s also his first book. He doesn t understand French.
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