Amazon Prime One Mic Stand Review Shashi Tharoor Shines
Shashi Tharoor is the best thing about Amazon Prime’s new stand-up show in which celebrities get behind the mic after being mentored by professional comedians.
Directors: Kreeti Gogia, Angshuman Ghosh, Stephen Alexander, Manu Prakash Singh
Writers: Dhruv Deshpande, Siddharth Dudeja, Aishwarya Mohanraj, Pavitra Shetty, Sapan Verma
Cast: Sapan Verma, Bhuvan Bam, Zakir Khan, Taapsee Pannu, Angad Singh Ranyal, Richa Chadha Ashish Shakya, Vishal Dadlani, Rohan Joshi, Shashi Tharoor, Kunal Kamra
Seasons: 1 (2019)
Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime One Mic Stand Release Date
Amateurs are paired with seasoned comics
Amazon Prime released One Mic Stand on Friday, November 15. In this format, celebrities are paired with professional comics, who mentor them before they take the mic. Each episode has set by the celeb, the mentor and the host, Sapan Verma, as well as behind-the-scenes glimpses of the prep. YouTuber Bhuvan Bam is matched with comedian Zakir Khan, actor Taapsee Pannu with Angad Singh Ranyal, singer Vishal Dadlani with Rohan Joshi, actor Richa Chadha with Ashish Shakya and Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram, Shashi Tharoor with Kunal Kamra.
Amazon Prime One Mic Stand Trailer
Shashi Tharoor’s set is reprise commendable
The guides prevailing with regards to coaching their wards for the VIP members arranged fun sets. Bhuvan Bam kids about his YouTube characters (Bam’s fans demand him to absolute maltreatment like his potty-mouthed characters); Taapsee Pannu handles getting trolled via web-based networking media (she’s “cherished” on Facebook, “angel” on Instagram and Twitter thinks she needs to conceal); Richa Chadda tries Tinder and marriage (if guardians worked Tinder in the interest of their children, how might they swipe?); and Vishal Dadlani takes on emotional well-being.
The scene that really stands apart is the one with Tharoor. He astutely attacks the decision government and makes jokes about his very own propensity for utilizing dark English words in his tweets. He is tutored by Kunal Kamra, who is likewise known for his tricky enemy of BJP jokes. The two shares practically speaking another dish commendable individual, a specific TV writer (who the country knows quite well) they don’t name or he may document a slander case.
The humorists merit more screen time
Both celebs and their guides convey sharp turns of phrase and bold, political humor. Every one of the five scenes is 30 minutes in length, making the series a snappy tidbit. Be that as it may, it would’ve been more delectable had the off camera bits been cut. Our consideration faltered during these snapshots of the show and we wished additional time had been assigned to the phenomenal schedules, particularly Tharoor’s paramount introduction.