Popular English comedian of Indian origin Paul Chowdhry has recently revealed on his social media handle that he was attacked in central London, while still in his car. By god's grace he is fine.
The 47-year-old London-born comedian shared a couple of messages which he received from someone who said they saw him being attacked by thugs on Friday. The comic, Tajpaul Singh Chowdhry aka Paul Chowdhry, said that he was on New Oxford Street in the capital when the incident happened. As soon as the post was shared, several fans and followers of the comedian expressed their concern in the comments section. Also Read : Shehnaaz Gill Wins India’s Most Stylish Award - 2022
Unfortunately, the comedian from Punjabi descent had also previously shared in detail about the prejudice his father had faced in the 1980’s and how he was subjecting to racially motivated violence, which is something he has also experienced. Also Read : Balwinder Safri Gets Discharged From CCU, Moved To Rehabilitation Unit For Better Mobility
For the unversed, Paul started off his career back in 1998 as a stand-up comedy and hosted the comedy series ‘Stand Up for the Week’. He was the first British to perform at the Caribbean Comedy Festival in Trinidad in 2003. In 2017, he was a guest stand-up performer in ‘The Russell Howard Hour’ and also sold out the 10,000-seater Wembley Arena, becoming the first British Asian stand-up comic to do so. In 2020, Chowdhry appeared in the television drama series ‘Devils’.