Abhay Sharma: Want to make a name on basis of my talent, not sympathy

Abhay Kumar Sharma, 24, a stand-up comedian with a special ability, thinks he has made his specialty into his power.

Abhay Kumar Sharma, 24, a stand-up comedian with a special ability, thinks he has made his specialty into his power.

“I was one of the top-seven participants Great Indian Laughter Challenge (2017) The judges and the audience appreciated my performance and that is why I was able to climb the stepping stone to success. I am completely blind from birth, but I do not consider it to be my weakness or desire to receive compassion. I have made my deficiency my strength, ”he says.

He was in the city with Hemant Pandey, a co-participant from Kanpur, and poet Shambhu Shikhar from Bihar.

Sharma is also admired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Modi Ji came to Varanasi’s Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) campus, where I presented a skit at his Mon Ki Bath. The Prime Minister praised my performance and inspired me, ”says Sharma, a student of political science at Banaras Hindu University.

If the Kovid epidemic did not occur, they would have established themselves in their careers.

“After my reality show, I started getting shows. However, then the epidemic occurred and everything stopped. Now we have another chance Laughter Champion of India I will not leave this opportunity. “I want to have my own place in the comedy scene based on my talent and not on anyone’s sympathy,” says Sharma.

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