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Mood Kharaab: Biswa Kalyan Rath announces a new stand-up special set in London

Prime Video will premiere the special on May 5, 2023.

Mood Kharaab: Biswa Kalyan Rath announces a new stand-up special set in London

Biswa Kalyan Rath's Mood Kharaab

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Last Updated: 05.50 AM, May 02, 2023

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Prime Video has announced the world premiere of the comedy show Mood Kharaab. Biswa Kalyan Rath's stand-up special, filmed in London, features his signature rant style as he vents about the metaverse, internet shopping, fairy tales, childhood frustration, and how the world is an annoying place. On May 5, 2023, Mood Kharaab, a production of OML Productions and directed by Kanan Gill, will make its world debut.

After his first stand-up special, Biswa Mast Aadmi premiered on Prime Video in 2017, Biswa Kalyan Rath said that he has been associated with Prime Video ever since. Since then, they have worked together on two seasons of Comicstaan, and now here they are, making yet another stand-up special, and it feels like everything has gone full circle.

His good friend Kanan Gill, one of the best comedians in India, did a fantastic job directing the show. In his new special, Biswa captured the current climate by addressing universal themes like internet shopping, childhood angst, and the metaverse. He wants to spread some much-needed humour through Mood Kharaab because, as they say, "laughter is the best medicine."

Biswa has been the creator of and a part of several titles streaming on Prime Video. He created and wrote both Laakhon Mein Ek seasons in 2017 and 2019, respectively. He also featured in Going Viral Pvt. Ltd. in 2017 and, in the same year, did a stand-up special, Biswa Mast Aadmi. In 2018, Biswa was featured in Improv All-Stars: Game Night, followed by being the judge of Comicstaan for both seasons.

In 2019, the ace comedian did a stand-up special, Sushi. He also played the fictionalised version of himself in Afsos as a guest star in 2020.

Biswa was also featured in Netflix's documentary web series Alma Matters: Inside the IIT Dream in 2021.