After a last-minute cancellation of his show in Bengaluru, comedian Trevor Noah reached out to his fans in the city, promising to return for an unforgettable performance.
As he concluded his Off The Record tour in India, US comedian Trevor Noah took to Instagram on Wednesday to reflect on his journey through the country. In his farewell post, he specifically acknowledged Bengaluru, despite poking fun at his concert venue in the city that had led to the cancellation of his stand-up show. Also Read: Trevor Noah Humorously Addresses Canceled Bengaluru Show
Highlights of Trevor’s India Trip
Trevor Noah shared a collection of photographs from his visit, including snapshots of his trip to the Taj Mahal in Agra. He also captured moments from his visit to Delhi, showcasing scenes from the bustling narrow streets of old Delhi, complete with tangled electrical wires. Additionally, he included a photo of the Vidhana Soudha (the legislative house) in Bengaluru.
Trevor’s Promise to Return to Bengaluru
In his caption accompanying the photos, he expressed his appreciation for the experience of performing in India for the first time, thanking the country for sharing its rich history, delectable cuisine, and engaging conversations. Trevor also conveyed a special message to Bengaluru, writing, “Bangalore, our story isn’t over yet; I’ll be back, and next time, we’ll ensure it’s the best show ever.”
Reactions to Trevor’s Photo Collection
Responding to his post, one Instagram user commented, “Dear Trevor, I wish you had also captured some images of our skyscrapers, apart from hand-pulled rickshaw walls and intricate electrical wires. We have plenty of them and it’s a part of India too.” Another person added, “I lived in India for two years. It’s the most beautiful and chaotic place I’ve ever lived. Bombay (Mumbai) is like a combination of LA (Los Angeles) and NY (New York)… with a twist.”
Trevor’s Humorous Take on the Canceled Bengaluru Show
Fans were left disappointed when Trevor Noah canceled his Bengaluru show last month, citing “technical issues.” Recently, a video from his Mumbai show went viral on Twitter, where the Emmy-winning comedian humorously revealed the reasons behind the Bengaluru show’s cancellation, which included unfavorable conditions at the Manpho Convention Centre in Manyata Tech Park. He quipped, “Here, in the Bengaluru venue, we walked through an alley filled with dogs—half of them were in cages… I’ve never prepared for a show where the backstage area features dogs in cages.”