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In the age of sustainability, it's time to bring forward the negative effects of fast fashion and the impact it's having on the planet. Hasan Minhaj talks at lengths about this form of shopping and ways in which we can implement changes for the betterment of the Earth, in "Patriot Act."
What do Hasan Minhaj, Capitol Hill and student loans have in common? They all come bearing receipts. For an important cause, of course.
His latest project, a Netflix series called "Patriot Act," is a unique combination of political satire and social commentary that is unapologetically brown.
Hasan Minhaj talks about his journey as a comedian, his advice to all artists, current challenges in America, and the future of entertainment and comedy.
Netflix has announced they are producing a talk series for Hasan Minhaj, making him the first Indian-American to helm his own weekly show talk show!
Hasan Minhaj, the senior correspondent on The Daily Show and creator of hit Netflix special Homecoming King, is GQ India’s newest cover star.
Through self-deprecating humor and biting cultural insights, Hasan Minhaj helps the audience experience something unique: coming of age in America—in brown skin.
“You know you’re news, right? Come on! But every time I watch CNN, it feels like you’re assigning me homework. ‘Is Trump a Russian spy? I don’t know, you tell me! Tweet us @AC360.’ No, you tell me! I’m watching the news!”
Is he Nikki Minaj's cousin? Nope. But you already know that if you've read, "19 Things You Didn’t Know About Hasan Minhaj from ‘The Daily Show’" Hasan Minhaj is a man who wears many hats - actor, comedian, playwright - and now a senior correspondent on 'The Daily Show
During this much-raved about comedic segment in collaboration with The Sikh Coalition, comedian Hasan Minhaj teamed up with various well-known Sikh figures, such as actor and designer Waris Ahluwalia and professor and activist Simran Jeet Singh, to create a comedic yet educational piece on Sikh-Americans.
Within the first few opening moments of his new Off-Broadway show, “Homecoming King,” Hasan Minhaj’s stage presence looms large.
Hasan Minhaj, perhaps best-known as a correspondent for “The Daily Show,” is a magnanimous storyteller. From anecdotes about how his parents met to meeting his estranged sister, to being bullied on the bus in middle school, Minhaj weaves a life story that comes across as both intriguingly unique and largely universal.
Now, one of our own, Hasan Minhaj, has been chosen alongside fellow comedian Trevor Noah, to be one of Jon’s trusty correspondents.
A year ago, my mother, sister, and I huddled around our T.V. watching Hasan Minhaj’s "Homecoming King." We laughed at his jokes about balancing different cultures and became quieter when he discussed 9/11 and his experiences with racism.
Close your eyes and transport yourself to 2009 – I’m talking moody "Twilight" posters, velvet tracksuits, Susan Boyle on "America's Got Talent", and those super short leather jackets. I’m...
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On October 17, 2019, Sapna NYC will host its annual Festival of Dreams to honor the resilience, strength and dreams of these women, and to raise funds to continue to bring essential health and empowerment programming to the community.
Aziz Ansari returns to the world stage with new special "Right Now," that pairs a new-found humility and maturity with his traditional insightfulness and wit. It's one of the best performances of his 14-year career.
Anish K. Mitra and Sachin Bansal are blazing a unique pathway – they're corporate hustlers who have been living double-lives as comedians while hosting one of New York City's hottest stand-up comedy shows called The Surprise Show.
Due to heightened exposure of minority cultures, the Digital Age has propelled acceptance of people, places and things that were once ignored and shamed.