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BROOKLYN: The Kondabolu Brothers host Night Train on 7/14

The Kondabolu Brothers are hosting Wyatt Cenac’s “Night Train” at Littlefield (622 Degraw St.) in Brooklyn every Monday in July at 8pm! This week we have the Lucas Brothers (21 Jump Street), Jordan Carlos (Guy Code) and MANY MORE SURPRISES!

harikondabolu:

"The Gods Meet." Ashok Kondabolu (aka Dapwell), Aziz Ansari and Hari Kondabolu. Photo by Luke Fontana

THE KONDABOLU BROTHERS AND AZIZ ANSARI

harikondabolu:

"The Gods Meet." Ashok Kondabolu (aka Dapwell), Aziz Ansari and Hari Kondabolu. Photo by Luke Fontana

THE KONDABOLU BROTHERS AND AZIZ ANSARI

Hari Kondabolu and Alex Edelman in Conversation

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When two comedians have their first really long conversation—usually after hours, in the back room of a comedy club—there’s this kind of pleasant squaring-off. The pair sort of kick their frames of references into alignment, marking out likes and dislikes, talking shop….

HARI TALKS ABOUT THE KONDABOLU BROTHERS.

harikondabolu:

Hari Kondabolu does standup comedy on Conan again! Topics include the usual: Colonialism, Intolerance, and Homophobia. Ends on an ANTI-WAR CHESS JOKE.

HARI ON CONAN!!

That time Hari and Ashok went to a Mets game with Mike Maronna and Danny Tamberelli aka PETE AND PETE from “The Adventures of Pete and Pete.”

That time Hari and Ashok went to a Mets game with Mike Maronna and Danny Tamberelli aka PETE AND PETE from “The Adventures of Pete and Pete.”

In 2011, the Kondabolu parents went to the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle and saw Hari do standup and Ashok perform with Das Racist. Spin Magazine was on hand to capture a few moments from this historic weekend.

Hari Kondabolu Interviewed on Fresh Air with Terry Gross

harikondabolu:

I was interviewed on NPR’s “Fresh Air with Terry Gross” and it was an amazing life experience. Terry Gross is so easy to talk to and I had to constantly remind myself that the conversation was being recorded and that she was not my therapist. We discuss my comedy, my parents, growing up middle-class and believing in God.

HARI ON NPR WITH A PODCAST PLUG AT THE END!