Below is a series of awards, TV credits, stars and press quotes I have gained:


Best show Nominee – Leicester Comedy Festival 2019

NATYS Winner – 2017

English Comedian of the Year 2018 Finalist (Competition Ongoing)

Chortle Student Comedian of the Year 2016 Runner Up (2ND Place)


BBC Scotland’s Comedy Underground 2019

BBC Big Asian Comedy Night Live from Edfringe 2019, 2016 & 2015

BBC Don’t Hate the Debate – 2018

Radio & Podcast Credits:

BBC Radio 4’s Fred @ The Stand 2019 (Performing & Writing)

BBC Radio 4 Live @ 11, 2019 (Performing & Writing)

Richard Herrings Leicester Square Theatre Podcast 2017 (Interview)

Talk Radio’s Morning Papers with Penny Smith 2018 (Regular Guest, bi-weekly)

BBC Radio 4 State of the Nation, January 2017 (Performing & Writing)

BBC Radio 4 Pick of the Week, January 2017 (Performing & Writing)

BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News 2017 (Performing & Writing)

BBC Radio 4 The News Quiz, May 2017 (S92 Writer)BBC Radio 3, The Verb, (Aired March 2017, Performing & Writing)

Starred Ratings:

**** 1/2 – Edinburgh Students Arts Review

**** – Broadway Baby

**** – Fest Mag

**** – Threeweeks

**** – The Scotsman

Press Quotes: 

‘Inspiringly Intelligent’ – Paul Sinha

‘A powerful, passionate, open-minded, intelligent voice. It is superb political comedy and commentary’ – The Scotsman

“Poisoning the minds of British children with pro-immigrant claptrap’ – Nigel Farage

‘An hour of fast paced rapier wit that will change you forever.’ – Broadway Baby

‘Shallow, unbalanced, unrepresentative’ – Lord Green of Deddington, Chair of Migration Watch

‘Rising Star of Political Comedy’ – Andy Zaltsman, The Bugle

“Dripping with erudite genius” – Fest Magazine

“Kohli is not just performing for laughs; he is attempting to create some real art.” – Broadway Baby

“Slick gag machine” – Steve Bennet, Chortle,

“Kohli was so good it didn’t matter.” – Bruce Dessau, BeyondTheJoke (I think he means existence & the universe itself doesn’t matter, but take from it what you will)

“The Worst Comedy I’ve ever seen, if it can be called comedy. More polemic and toilet humour dressed up as comedy. After all, what is funny about terrorism and child abuse?” – Edfringereview