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Tathastu trailer: Zakir Khan talks about growing up in a joint family in his latest stand-up special

The show will premiere on Prime Video on December 1, 2022.

Tathastu trailer: Zakir Khan talks about growing up in a joint family in his latest stand-up special
Zakir Khan in Prime Video's Tathastu
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 08.05 AM, Nov 29, 2022


Today, acclaimed stand-up comedian Zakir Khan's next stand-up show, Tathastu, got its trailer on Prime Video. Beginning on December 1, 2022, this fascinating series promises to deliver plenty of laughs along with a few heartwarming moments to viewers everywhere. The funny journey that Zakir takes the audience on in this special allows them to witness a less polished and more sensitive side of him. In his distinct comic style, the comedian will give the audience an overall impression of what it's like to grow up in a joint household.

From his debut stand-up special, "Haq se Single," to the present, it has been an amazing experience working with Prime Video for Zakir. He has a special affection for Tathastu. As the comedian takes the audience on a trip about growing up and becoming an adult while also transmitting the very life lessons that he learned from him, this set is in part dedicated to my grandfather. The viewer will certainly find it relatable and energising. Zakir can't wait to watch how people respond to this.

It's also being said that in his stand-up special, Zakir will be upfront and sincere with the audience about his journey and the lessons he's learned from it, all while injecting his own brand of humour.

Zakir's life is briefly recapped in Tathastu's opening. The performance is a journey where the audience gets a glimpse of the family he was born into, the characters he grew closest to, and his youthful years stuffed with hopes of becoming an RJ, starting from his early school days. Then, as he tries to make sense of his experience so far, he shares a few personal insights on stage.

The comedian-actor earlier played the lead in Prime Video's Chacha Vidhayak Hain Humare, which had two seasons from 2018 to 2021.