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Comedian Hari Kondabolu once said Apu's voice sounds like “a white guy making fun of my father.”
Comedians and celebrities came together for Aasif Mandvi's All-Star Deportation Jamboree, which raised funds for both the American Civil Liberties Union and the International Rescue Committee. Donate now to the ACLU and the IRC! Use the Facebook donate button or visit Crowdrise: http://bit.ly/DeportationJamboree
"Right now, it feels like it’s more important than it’s ever been."
Comedian, writer, and producer stops by HuffPost to dish on his role in upcoming comedy, "Mother's Day." Check out the livestream
Check out The HuffPost Show: Episode 5 with Aasif Mandvi, Florence Henderson and Kristina Wong.
Longtime "Daily Show" correspondent Aasif Mandvi stopped by the HuffPost Show Friday night to talk about his new HBO series
 "Daily Show" correspondent Aasif Mandvi sits down with Roy Sekoff on May 8 for the fifth episode of "The HuffPost Show." Former
The religious community tells a lot of stories. We tell stories from our sacred texts, we tell stories from our history, and we tell stories about what it's like to be a member of our community today.
And then there’s the annual neighborhood dilemma: Which house on the street does Halloween best? In one episode of the series
Aasif came to pursue his acting career in New York City with a ride or die approach to his craft. A serious thespian he was drawn to theater and gravitated toward Chekov, Ibsen and Shakespeare.
“The Daily Show” star Aasif Mandvi wants to find out. Mandvi writes: The comedian is attempting to “challenge stereotypes
He talks about how his time with Jon Stewart has made him more "Muslim-ish," what he's learned during a lifetime occupying many different cultures, and how that all led to his new book, No Land's Man.