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Stand Up Planet

For the first time, "Stand Up Planet," a documentary and transmedia project, will harness the universal power of comedy to change the conversation about global poverty.

At the center of Stand Up Planet is a U.S.-based host — Hasan Minhaj, a stand-up comic on a quest to find some of the best humor coming from corners of the developing world. Starting from his own personal story — India-born kid to Hollywood comic — Hasan embarks on an epic journey to discover some of the funniest stand-up comics in the most unlikely places: the bustling city of Mumbai, India, home to Tanmay Bhat and Aditi Mittal, and the neighborhoods of Johannesburg, South Africa, where he meets Mpho Popps, Kagiso Lediga, and Loyiso Gola.

Watch exclusive Stand Up Planet webisodes on our YouTube channel.

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Stand Up Planet

Stand Up Planet

"Stand Up Planet," a documentary and transmedia project, harnesses the universal power of comedy to change the conversation about global poverty.
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