If you’re the Joker in the Pack, be sure to join in The Great Laughter Challenge, coming soon to STAR One

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Fancy yourself as the next Sanjeev Bhaskar or Shazia Mirza? Could you give the Funjabi’s a run for their money, or laugh the socks off Nina Wadia? If so, be sure to enter The Great Indian Laughter Challenge – the television comedy event of the decade, brought to you exclusively on STAR One.

For all aspiring comedians and jokers out there, who effortlessly and notoriously entertain guests at family dinner parties with their outlandish jokes and non-stop gags, well now is your opportunity to step off the sidelines and into the limelight, as STAR hosts a unique, televised opportunity of a lifetime. Think X-Factor, but rather than Simon Cowell’s high-wasted pants providing an endless source of amusement, it will be the scores of comedic entrants queuing up to entertain the expert panel of comedy kingpins with their uproarious jokes and painstaking pranks.

To partake in The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, all promising comedians out there should submit a short video clip in which they let their humour shine to its fullest, to the website www.startvprizes.com. Alternatively, they can phone 0870 803 0441 and tell one of their most laughter-inducing jokes and stories.

The entrants will be shortlisted by a panel of judges, to attend a live audition. The finalists will go on to perform at the Watermans Arts Centre in London, in front of the STAR One cameras!

One lucky winner will be crowned with the jester’s cap, and prized with an opportunity of a lifetime trip to India, to meet the Great Laughter Champions.

Jokes aside, get your gag-filled video clips in now, to www.startvprizes.com or tell your best joke on 0870 803 0441, and make sure you step up to The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.

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