Find out who is comedian 'Vir Das'? Whose poetry brought a storm to India

Vir Das, a well-known stand-up comedian, has been involved in a controversy over one of his poems, "Two Indias." Due to standup comedy in Washington, DC, Vir Das presented a poem titled "Two Indias." Vir Das then uploaded a piece of the film to his YouTube channel, where it quickly went viral and was widely critised on social media. He's being characterized as anti-national by everyone.

In his poem "Two Indias," Vir Das mentioned something about India that many people found offensive. The following are some of his poem's lines: I'm from India, where the air quality index is 9,000, yet we still sleep on our roofs at night and watch the sky. I'm from India, where women are worshipped during the day and gang rape is practised at night. Vir Das' poem is causing a lot of buzz after the same video went viral. He's getting a lot of flak from the public. After all, tell us who Vir Das is...

Vir Das was born in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, on May 31, 1979. He has to tour the globe as a comedian. Vir Das is also an actor in addition to being a comedian. Vir Das made his acting debut in 2007 with the film Namaste London. Go Goa Gone, Badass Company, Revolver Rani, and Daily Bailey are some of his other acting credits. Vir Das holds a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's degree in acting. He has done a research study from the United States. Vir Das grew up listening to Bill Cosby's albums, which sparked his interest in stand-up comedy. He began his career as a stand-up comedian in the United States. He also played at the Habitat Centre in New Delhi upon his arrival in India. Following that, he was offered roles in a number of Indian television programmes.

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