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Sudesh Lehri (born 27 October 1968) is an Indian stand-up comedian and film and television actor. He participated in the 2007 comedy show The Great Indian Laughter Challenge III in 2007. He placed third in the show after Kapil Sharma and Chandan Prabhakar. Afterwards, Lehri played in the show Comedy Circus as a contestant partnering with Krushna Abhishek. Together, they won three seasons and quickly garnered popularity as "Krushna-Sudesh". The duo appeared on Comedy Nights Bachao, Comedy Nights Live, and Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza. His latest show is The Drama Company on Sony Entertainment Television, in which he appears with Bollywood actor Mithun Chakraborty.
|Occupation||Actor, stand-up comedian|
|Years active||2007 - present|
He has appeared in several Punjabi and Hindi films.
- Wagah (2007)
- Hashar- 2008
- Akhiyaan Udeekdian (2009)
- Muskurake Dekh Zara (2010)
- Bhavnao Ko Samjho (2010)
- Simran (2010)
- Panjaban (2010)
- Welcome to Punjab (2011)
- Naughty @ 40 (2011)
- Ready (2011)
- Dil Sada Luteya Gya (2013)
- Jai Ho (2014) (Pandit)
- Great Grand Masti (2016) (Ramse)
- Munna Michael (2017) Inspector Shinde
- Total Dhamaal (2019)
- Television series
|2007||The Great Indian Laughter Challenge||Himself||Standup comedy/Sketch comedy||Star One|
|2007||Dekh India Dekh||Himself||Sony TV|
|2008–2014||Comedy Circus||Himself||Standup comedy/Sketch comedy||Sony TV|
|2014–15||Comedy Classes||Various characters||Sketch Comedy||Life OK|
|2015–2017||Comedy Nights Bachao||Host and various characters||Roast Comedy||Colors TV|
|2016||Comedy Nights Live||Sketch Comedy||Colors TV|
|2017–2018||The Drama Company||Various characters||Sketch comedy||Sony TV|
- Wadehra, Randeep (16 September 2007). "The Great Punjabi Challenge". The Tribune. Archived from the original on 28 June 2018. Retrieved 28 June 2018.
- "Total Dhamaal: Jaaved Jaaferi as Manav and Arshad Warsi as Adi promise another laughter riot". The Indian Express. 21 March 2018. Retrieved 17 February 2019.