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Vir Das speaks of an important and yet a difficult topic of Death in his latest episode of TenOnTen!

Vir Das has aced the format of lockdown comedy. Last year the ace comedian, did a series of lockdown shows and recorded even a Netflix special amid the lockdown, did stand up for causes and now with the brutal second wave has hit India like a tsunami, Vir Das is doing a series of shows again.

Intended with touching upon important topics amid the gloom and also contributing these shows for charity, the series titled TenOnTen in its latest episode touches sensitively on the ironic topic of Jokes for the Dead.

By using humor, Vir Das touches on the topic of death and the failure of a system of governance at large.

He also comes to highlight the importance of the human spirit and how Indians have come to the rescue as people, not authorities to help each other during this time of grief.

Using comedy to touch upon the reality of the situation in India, Vir paints a picture of the reality of the COVID situation in India.

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