AIB team member starts own venture


Gursimran Khamba who was formerly a member of the comedy collective AIB (All India Backchod)  was accused of sexual misconduct by a woman and was laid off from the group due to the allegations.  The member has announced the launch of his new venture Light@27.

Opening up seven months after the allegations against him surfaced,  Khamba’s side of the story emerged after AIB said in its statement that during the course of the investigation, Khamba had stepped away from the process citing issues with the procedure. AIB had then announced that Gursimran Khamba will no longer be involved in operations at AIB, and will be working independently.

Now Khamba is focussed on his new venture Light@27. It is a comedy consultancy which will offer content and strategy solutions across live and digital media.  Khamba was last year accused of sexual harassment by a woman who claimed he “hooked up two-three times, consensually and continued being friends”, but things escalated when on two separate occasions, Khamba tried “repeatedly to make out with me while we were hanging out”. He had denied the claims.



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