After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you’re missing Naveen Richard

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After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you're missing Naveen Richard

Relatively Relatable: The new stand-up special that released on Amazon Prime Video will see Naveen perform an incredible set on observational comedy. The special will see him drop everyday truth-bombs about fridges, birthdays and cockroaches among others that will make you go – been there, felt that for sure. 

After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you're missing Naveen Richard

Star Boyz: Featuring a make-shift starship, arguments galore and humour that will make you roll on the floor, here’s a show that’s got it all. Star Boyz is a story that follows the underwhelming adventures of three South Indian boys in space. Starring our favourite chai-time comedian Kenny Sebastian along with Naveen and Mani Prasad, you can binge-watch these Annas on YouTube.

After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you're missing Naveen Richard
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Better Life Foundation: Here’s a throwback to the original mockumentary series that cracked us up. The critically acclaimed series follows a group of five passionate NGO workers and a reluctant volunteer who is trying to make the world a better place. ‘The Office’ style show is produced by Naveen himself and can be watched on his YouTube channel.

After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you're missing Naveen Richard

Don’t Make that Face : If you were wondering how Naveen is amazingly caricatured as Pankaj in Pushpavalli, you should definitely give this a try. Available on Amazon Prime Video, this is a one-hour solo stand-up show that combines his quirky humour along with his iconic facial expressions that will leave you in splits. 

After Pushpavalli, here are some shows to watch if you're missing Naveen Richard
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Go Straight Take Left: If you loved the on-screen chemistry of Sumukhi Suresh and Naveen in Pushpavalli (secretly shipping P&P, if you know what I mean?) this one-hour live show is a gem. Slipping in and out of fourteen outrageous characters across seven sketches, this Amazon Prime  show is a must-watch for all lovers of sketch-comedy.

If these still don’t suffice you for a heavy dose of laughter, you can always watch him effortlessly bring the house down as he plays the stereotypical Tamilian uncle – Uncle Francis on his YouTube channel Them Boxer ShortsYou’ll just love this versatile comedian ever more. 

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