Sanjay Rajoura

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a standup artist.

HUMOUR

 |   4-minute read

How dare you doubt PM Modi's warning to gau rakshaks?

All will be well now. There may be 'short-term pain' and then... 'achhe din'.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

HUMOUR

 |   4-minute read

Dear Chetan Bhagat, how was your Karva Chauth?

You have nailed it. Being strong dehumanises a woman, but being strong makes a man 'alpha-male'.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

HUMOUR

 |   4-minute read

How dare you question India's surgical strikes?

Sadly, the nation is facing a rationalist attack on its belief system.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

Dalits are fed up with the holy cows of nationalist India

They are throwing the cattle carcasses at the government building, the seat of power represented by the Manu-loving Hindutvawadis.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

POLITICS

 |   2-minute read

I am a liberal. Deal with it: Open letter to Chetan Bhagat

You ask liberals for solutions. Understand the problem first.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

HUMOUR

 |   3-minute read

India-Pakistan talks can wait: Dial D for disturb

Sometimes, I wish stand-up comedians took over India-Pakistan relations. But wait, they already have.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

How India turned Yakub Memon and democracy into a reality TV show

The viewers were given minute-by-minute account of what transpired in the court and what will be the sequence of events from 4.30am till 7am.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

HUMOUR

 |   5-minute read

Comedy of errors: India goes into Myanmar; I go to Lahore

It's absolute fun when you are an Indian in Pakistan, especially when there is an ongoing war of words between the not-so-friendly neighbours.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

ART & CULTURE

 |   3-minute read

Sedition and tambola: How 'Court' defines us

The film is about the normalisation of our collective apathy and creeping social entropy.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

Pakistan rights activist Sabeen Mahmud’s murder hits too close to home

To learn that a person like her was fatally shot five times, point blank, outside a place like T2F, is heartbreaking.

Sanjay Rajoura
@urbantucchha