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Mann Pasand - Get ready to ROFL as Zakir Khan returns as 'Sakht Launda'

Zakir Khan is back with his latest stand-up special, Mann Pasand, which can be streamed on Amazon Prime Video.

Mann Pasand - Get ready to ROFL as Zakir Khan returns as 'Sakht Launda'
Zakir Khan

Last Updated: 02.29 PM, Dec 02, 2023


Stand-up comedian Zakir Khan's straightforward yet poignant poems, stand-up shows, and even OTT shows have won him a lot of fans. When the actor-comedian takes the mic, he always steals the show. The comedian is also called 'Sakht Launda' by his fans and followers. Khan's popularity has grown due to his ability to blend humour and personal experiences, which helps the audience connect with his work.

Popular entertainment platform Amazon Prime Video revealed today that Zakir Khan's upcoming special, Mann Pasand, will be available for streaming only on the platform starting on December 7.

With his original tales about friendships, relationships, and the arguments that develop between them during a fateful trip to Goa, 'Sakht Launda,' one of India's funniest and most captivating stand-up comedians, will provide hours of hearty laughter.

After Comcistaan and Tathastu had a positive reception, Zakir Khan's latest set, Mann Pasand, will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video starting December 7.

Zakir Khan's work

On October 8, comedian Zakir Khan made history by being the first Asian comedian to perform at London's renowned Royal Albert Hall. The atmosphere was electrifying, with over 6,000 admirers of all backgrounds in attendance, and he was greeted with a 20-minute standing ovation following his performance. Fans came from Milton Keynes, Dublin, Amsterdam, Birmingham, and other places to see him play, which was a big step forward for the Indian comedy movement and brought it to a worldwide audience. 

Speaking about the historic night, Zakir Khan shared, “It has been more than 24 hours since I got down from the stage, and I am still in the buzz of the show. People are sharing stories on social media, and I am still watching what they are writing, which is why I am sort of still in the show and it will take me at least a week to settle down from here."

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