Aziz Ansari Returns To Stand-up

Until recently, the comedian had been noticeably absent from public appearances.
After performing this week, Ansari also posted for the first time to his Instagram account in more than a year.
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NASHVILLE: We added two more shows tonight at 9 and 11:15 to makeup for the power outage night. If you had tickets and haven’t gotten sorted already, please call Zanie’s and we’ll take care of you tonight or for future show. (Shoutout to Zanies staff and the fellow Indian dude in front who held the flashlight on me for an hour). Thanks everyone for coming out. Photo credit: Cole Potter

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His Netflix show, “Master of None,” for which he won a Golden Globe this year, has yet to be renewed.
    Ansari is not the only Hollywood star attempting to a comeback after being accused of misconduct. Comedian Louis C.K. unexpectedly performed at a New York nightclub this month, too.
    CNN has reached out to Ansari’s representatives for comment.


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