Comedy Circus

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Comedy Circus
Logo of Comedy Circus
Created by Optimystix Entertainment
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 18
Running time 90 minutes
Original network Sony Entertainment Television
Picture format 480i (SDTV),
Original release 16 June 2007 (2007-06-16)
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Comedy Circus is an Indian reality-based comedy show that aired on Sony Entertainment Television.

Season summary[edit]

Year Season Host Judges Winners
2007 Comedy Circus Shruti Seth
2008 Comedy Circus 2 Shruti Seth
2008 Kaante Ki Takkar Purbi Joshi replaced by Shruti Seth
2009 Comedy Circus - Chinchpokli To China Purbi Joshi
2009 Comedy Circus 20 - 20 Shruti Seth
2009 Dekh India Dekh Jennifer Winget replacing Shweta Gulati
2009 Comedy Circus 3 Ka Tadka Mouni Roy replaced by Roshni Chopra
2010 Comedy Circus Mahasangram [1] Purbi Joshi
2010 Comedy Circus Ke SuperStars Rashmi Desai replaced by Surveen Chawla
2010 Comedy Circus Ka Jadoo Anita Hassanandani Reddy
2010-2011 Jubilee Comedy Circus Pooja Kanwal


2011 Comedy Circus Ke Taansen Saumya Tandon
2011 Comedy Circus Ka Naya Daur Roshni Chopra
2012 Kahani Comedy Circus Ki Shruti Seth


2012-2013 Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe Shruti Seth
2013 Comedy Circus Ke Mahabali Shruti Seth -


The first season of Comedy Circus had the tag line "Jodi Jamegi, Public Hassegi" .[2]

Comedy Circus' started its second season on 26 April 2008.[3]

Comedy Circus 3 Ka Tadka premiered on 24 October 2009.[4] The first episode also contained Jacqueline Fernandez and Ritesh Deshmukh as co-judges.[5]

Comedy Circus – Maha Sangram involved contestants of three previous seasons of Comedy Circus. Archana represents season 1, Shekhar represents season 2 and Rohit represents season 3. Teams are scored by the opposite team representatives and the audience watching the show to determine eliminations. The winner of this show Swapnil Joshi and VIP .[6]


  1. ^ "Comedy Circus Mahasangram begins". The Times of India. Feb 6, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Sony innovates 'Comedy Circus'". 26 June 2007. 
  3. ^ "Sony to launch second season of Comedy Circus from 26 April". 23 April 2008. 
  4. ^ "Teen Ka Tadka on Comedy Circus". Real Bollywood. 21 October 2009. 
  5. ^ "Comedy Circus returns with 'Teen Ka Tadka'". The Times of India. 22 October 2009. 
  6. ^ "Comedy Circus Mahasangram begins". The Times of India. 6 February 2010. 

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