Vir Das
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Indian stand-up comedian Vir Das just made his debut in the U.S. and he totally nailed it. The popular actor-comedian did an opening act on Late Night with Conan O'Brien to promote his Netflix show Abroad Understanding.

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Vir Das became the first Indian comedian to nab his solo Netflix comedy special which put him along with Jon Stewart and Russell Peters. His show Abroad Understanding follows the life of two cities; New York and New Delhi.

While doing the opening act at the Conan O'Brien show, Das took a dig at the current U.S. president as he compared Donald Trump with Indian concept of arranged marriage. "We didn't vote for this guy, now we got to live with him... To you Americans, that's your president, to most Indians, that's a marriage," he said.

At the beginning of his show, Das delivered a joke about his Indian accent. Later, he went a little ahead taking a dig on racism and religion. "Indians are the white people of all brown people," he said.

"When we (Indians or 'brown people') get shot, there's an investigation. I'm not worried about hate crime, I'm Hindu. If you murder me, I get karma, I'll come back as Beyoncé."

Vir Das' 5-minute opening gig has garnered more than 2 million views and people from all over the world are taking to social media to send their words of appreciation.