Raj Sharma`s style of humor can be enjoyed by anyone of background. Hilarious everyday observations, combined with his upbringing and sensational crowd work, is what you can expect at every show. Raj Sharma makes improvisation part of his act and raises the bar for stand-up comedy by several notches. Rajstarted his career in Dallas, Texas and soon began performing all over the world. He was the co-founder of `Indians at The Improv`, a wildcard finalist for HBO`s `The Lucky 21` and has a 1-hour special, produced by the world famous Hollywood Laugh Factory. In his 12-year career he has worked with some of the industries biggest comedians like Russell Peters, Louis C. K., Bill Burr, Tom Rhodes and Bryan Callen. He`s performed in England, Ireland and India. His daily observations, childhood stories and lightning fast crowd work make him a must see for every audience.Tom Rhodes calls him ``head-crushingly funny.`` Bryan Callen says, ``He`s funny in 3 languages: English, Punjabi and the Future.`` He will be a part of the upcoming film, Murari: The Mad Gentleman, which is set for a March, 2016 release.