One of India’s best and most traveled comedians, Sorabh’s performed over 1000 shows in 60 cities across 15 countries, as well as 300+ corporate shows. He’s opened for Rob Schneider (‘You Don’t Mess With The Zohan’, ‘Deuce Bigalow’) and Wayne Brady’s (‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’, ‘Wayne Brady Show’). He is the founder of East India Comedy’, India’s busiest comedy company, which has 115 million YouTube views and, with them, has performed sketch comedy, topical news comedy (‘EIC Outrage’) and an annual celebration of the worst of the Indian film industry, ‘EIC vs Bollywood’.

He’s best known for his incredible energy and overt expressiveness while performing stand-up, as can be seen in his specials ‘My Dad Thinks He’s Funny’ and ‘My Baby Thinks I’m Funny’. He’s also had TV shows on Pogo, Star World, CNBC and ET Now. As an author, he’s released two novels – ‘The Wednesday Soul’, ‘Under Delhi’ and is working on a third.

He’s been described as “the second brilliant Indian comedian I’ve seen, after Russell Peters.” by Wayne Brady and “The funniest guy I’ve seen on stage” by popular actor Hritik Roshan.