Stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra on Tuesday announced his new international tour dates and this time it attracted concern from his supporters and mockery from his detractors. Kamra has been a cause célèbre lately for the reaction he elicited for heckling journalist Arnab Goswami onboard an IndiGo flight.
According to the tweet Kamra posted, his first tour date begins on 7 February in Doha, followed by 13 Feb in Kuwait, 15 Feb in Singapore, 16 Feb in Malaysia, 21 Feb in Auckland, 22 Feb in Sydney, 23 Feb in Adelaide, 28 Feb in Brisbane, 29 Feb in Perth and 1 March in Melbourne.
His tweet immediately got Twitter abuzz as to which international flights he will be taking. It may be recalled that Kamra was recently banned from taking four airlines, namely IndiGo, Air India, GoAir and SpiceJet. Kamra was banned after his in-flight encounter with Goswami.
“No flight ban on international airlines, I hope, @kunalkamra88," tweeted @bombaywallah in response to Kamra's tweet.
“Looking forward to meet in Kuwait ... kis flight se aaoge ?," tweeted @kaderjii.
Kamra recently tweeted from Mumbai airport saying 'love Vistara' because the carrier allowed him to fly to an unknown destination.
In solidarity with Kamra, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap said on Monday he has decided to not fly IndiGo anymore.
The director said he chose another carrier, Vistara, instead.
"No @IndiGo6E.. on @airvistara.. in solidarity with @kunalkamra88," Kashyap tweeted on Monday.
The tickets for Kamra's international tour can be bought at www.kunalkamra.in .