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Hari Kondabolu Announces New Special ‘Warn Your Relatives’ Premiering May 8 on Netflix, Headlining Dates in Vancouver, STL, Ann Arbor

Comedian HARI KONDABOLU (The Problem With Apu) announces his new comedy special ‘WARN YOUR RELATIVES‘ which premieres TUESDAY, MAY 8 on NETFLIX. Filmed in front of a packed audience at The Neptune in Seattle, WA, Hari cleverly blends personal and political humor, magically turning discomfort into laughter as he compares terrorism and mass shootings, explains why firefighters are better than cops and recalls the time he got heckled by Tracy Morgan.

Hari has a handful of headlining dates left on his spring tour with shows coming up in Vancouver, St. Louis, Ann Arbor and more. Tickets available at harikondabolu.com

Elsewhere on TV, Hari has appeared Comedy Central, Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with David Letterman, @midnight and was a writer and correspondent on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. Hari’s critically acclaimed documentary The Problem with Apu about the stereotypical character on The Simpsons premiered on truTV late last year and is currently available on all streaming platforms.

Hari can also be heard on his brand new podcast, The Kondabolu Brothers. Recorded live in front of an audience, Hari and his brother Ashok (Dapwell from Das Racist) dissect their experiences growing up as second generation Indian Americans and how their upbringing influences their take on pop culture and politics.

New episodes weekly on Earwolf: http://www.earwolf.com/show/kondabolu-brothers/

Hari previously co-hosted the hugely popular podcast Politically Re-Active with friend W. Kamau Bell.

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