Peer Pressure – The slowest suicide | Amit Tandon | TEDxIIITD

Leading the post tea break lineup was the stand up comic Amit Tandon. With his fun filled anecdotes and impeccable timing, Amit smoothly conveyed how peer pressure was a slow form of suicide. The hall was rollicking throughout the entirety of his talk.

An engineer & MBA by qualification, Amit Tandon is known as “the married guy” in the stand-up comedy circuit. Switching effortlessly between Hindi and English, Amit’s humor is universal – connecting with all segments of audience, be it middle class, middle aged, young-at-heart to young college going crowds.Amit is a regular at the Best of Stand up lineup at The Comedy Store, Mumbai. He is also the host of for ‘Grandmasters of Comedy’, one of the longest running comedy nights in India.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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