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Topic - Azhar Usman
"The key is to tap into issues that everyone can relate to and find what's funny," said Mr. Usman, known for his work on "Allah Made Me Funny: the Official Muslim Comedy Tour."
Mr. Usman noted that most Muslims and Hindus have lived together in harmony for centuries - which both men aim to use in the tour, if only to show how people of different faiths can laugh at the same jokes.