I came to Mumbai and struggled for my space in the city: Jaswant Singh from Ludhiana

The second round of the semi-finals will be held this coming Sunday at "India's Laughter Champion." The competitors, who have advanced to the semifinals from the quarterfinals, will compete with all their might to earn a spot in the Top 5. Jaswant Singh Rathore from Ludhiana will perform a touching stand-up comedy act that will melt the judges, Shekhar Suman and Archana Puran Singh, as well as the "Comedy Ke Sarpanch," Dr. Tushar Shah, and "Punjabi Munda."

Through his act, Jaswant would throw light on the strugglers aiming to make it huge in the ‘City of Dreams’, Mumbai. Imitating veteran actors like, Tinnu Anand, Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Peyush Mishra, and Suniel Shetty among others, Jaswant’s act will be filled with drama, action, emotions, thrill, and more, just like a film.

Shekhar Suman went to the stage during the shoot and gave Jaswant a hug after seeing his shares. He continued, "You maintained the respect of the semifinals. Your performance was capable of reaching the standards that our show is. It was challenging to present a narrative in that manner given the way you simmered your performance while discussing the film industry. It was amazing how you acted out possession, changed voices, acted out the strugglers' story, and captured their pathos. I must commend you for managing to capture Dharam Ji's speaking style as well! I should also mention that because of how well you perform, people have begun looking for you more often than Suniel Shetty. Jaswant, we are honored to have you."

Archana Puran Singh continued by praising Jaswant Singh Rathore, "Your performance had a sense of narrative; it wasn't just mimicry or comedy. There was a script, a dramatic sense, and music that were all perfectly in tune with what you were doing. Even in Hindi movies, there are times when songs are played out of context, but in your performance, every song had a purpose and was interconnected. In your screenplay, you have described every struggle in detail. I applaud you for making your own personal struggles into comedy. I am so proud of you, Jaswant."

In the episode, Jaswant Sigh Rathore would be sharing about his own problems and struggles in Mumbai the city of dreams, "Every actor cries for two reasons, one he gets paid for, one he does not. It's been 14 years since I came to Mumbai and struggled for my space in the city. Sometimes God puts you in many difficulties but that is how he prepares you."

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