Going by his iconic stage characters such as Guthi, Rinku Bhabhi and Dr Mashoor Gulati, actor and stage comedian Sunil Grover is once again coming to Auckland to entertain his fans.
After giving several big hits such as Pataakha, Bharat alongside Salman Khan and Coffee with D- Sunil Grover has created his name as one of the most entertaining actor/comedian of this age.
Dominating the small screen on The Kapil Sharma Show, Comedy Circus, Comedy Nights with Kapil and most recently Big Boss Season 13- Sunil Grover promises to get the audience off their seats with his rib-tickling comedy show coming up on February 28, at Victory Convention Centre, Freemans Bay in Auckland.
CFI Events is the Events Manager of show co-ordinated by RS Promotions, presented by Travel Corner & Bindu’s Brow+Beauty.
“We all know that Sunil is a versatile actor and has portrayed so many different roles in his career, surely you will get to see a lot of variety on the stage as well,” Event Manager of the show, Ram Iyer from CFI Events told The Indian Weekender.
“We think he will never run out of his unique performance as he can even copy a normal person walking beside him and mimic him immediately within his first meet and, also create new characters in a jiffy- this is something that he is born with,” Mr Iyer added.
The hosts guarantee that ‘Sunil Grover- Live in Auckland’ will bring loads of laughter and smiles to the audience and every person in the auditorium will go home with a happy memory.
“We promise to give you a night full of entertainment- watch out for Guthi, Rinku Bhabhi, Dr Mashoor Gulati and Amitabh Bachchan, all one stage and one night!” Mr Iyer added.
The supporters of this event are Finance Matters as Special Partner, Eggs and More catering partner, The Indian Weekender as the media partner, Radio Tarana as radio partner and online ticketing on iTicket.
“The initial response has been great, so we are expecting the venue to get filled up given that tickets are at affordable prices.
“It’s a full paisa vasool show with fun, laughter and loads of masti,” Mr Iyer said.