Anti Hindu Comedy
Gujarat: Bajrang Dal decides to have ‘their own show’ to disrupt shows by ‘comedian’ Munawar Faruqui who had mocked Godhra train victims
Bajrang Dal activists have pledged that they will not allow 'comedian' Munawar Faruqui to perform in Surat, Gujarat.
Understanding the hate factory: How Rohan Joshi and his hateful post against Hindus gives us an insight into the ‘liberal’ mind
Comedian Rohan Joshi tells Bhakts, "I have nothing but contempt for them and nit a shred of empathy" as he mocks Coronavirus deaths
‘Victim card’: Netizens react as ‘comedian’ Munawar Faruqui vows to quit social media, political jokes
Munawar Faruqui has now announced that he would quit making political jokes and leave social media platforms.
Munawar Faruqui case: Co-accused Nalin Yadav quits stand-up comedy and starts working as a daily labourer
Nalin Yadav said that he could not go back to stand-up comedy as cafes where he had performed don't want him back
‘Comedian’ Munawar Faruqi, accused of cracking anti-Hindu jokes, granted interim bail by Supreme Court: Details
Supreme Court of India granted interim bail to 'comedian' Munawar Faruqi on Saturday, after he was arrested for insulting Hindu Gods
The production warrant has been submitted on January 7 before the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) court in Indore and the Indore Central Jail, where Munawar Faruqi is serving his judicial custody.
Madhya Pradesh: Court denies bail to controversial ‘comedian’ Munawar Faruqui and another accused of hate speech against Hindu deities
Munawar Faruqui was arrested for making derogatory remarks against Hindu deities and Amit Shah during a show in Indore.
‘Comedian’ Munawar Faruqui, who mocked Hindu victims of the Godhra riots of 2002 in his shows, sent to judicial custody
A local court in Indore rejected the bail pleas of the accused and sent them in judicial custody. Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Aman Singh Bhuria refused to grant bail to Faruqui and other four and remanded them in judicial custody till January 13.
Doordarshan will not broadcast ‘Sheikh Chilli’ anymore: Broadcaster takes action after snippet of Hinduphobic episode goes viral
A cartoon show run on the public broadcaster Doordarshan named - "Sheikh Chilli and Friends" had stoked a controversy
The comedy of apologies: When the ones mocking Savarkar for mercy petition to British apologise to ‘secular goons’
As their old acts began to resurface on the internet, the 'comedians', who have been hailed as the champions of free-speech and often 'speaks truth to power', were soon hit with the reality and decided to run away from social media platforms as they deactivated their profiles.