12 Indian Female Stand Up Comedians Of All-Time

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Men have always been dominating over women, but here are some women who do not care about society and burst your stomach with their jokes. So, today find out who are some of the most marvelous Indian female stand-up comedians who are breaking the stereotypes.

What could be better than having some popcorn and enjoying some comedy? Also, a peal of small laughter can change the mood in a jiffy.

So, find out here who are the top Indian female stand up comedians who will prove how funny a woman can be.

12. Agrima Joshua 

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Through her comedy, this UP standup comedian attempts to convey her expertise and observations to the public in a lighthearted and sarcastic manner! Her video, UP is India’s Texas, will demonstrate my case.

11. Anuradha Menon

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Anu is notable since she is both a stand-up comedian and a VJ, with her alias persona Lola Kutty proving to be a fan favorite. She has also been part of Vir Das’s series Destination Unknown and also has her own Prime video special, called Wonder Menon

10. Urooj Ashfaq

Indian Female Stand Up comedians

Arrogant and sarcastic Urooj Ashfaq is known for her dark and weird style of humor. Her stand-up routines are based on empirical evidence and make the audience feel a wide range of emotions in one go.

9. Sejal Bhat

Indian Female Stand Up comedians

Sejal Bhatt is another young female stand-up comedian on this list. Her comedy, in some ways, calls into question our everyday discourse. How can you not laugh when the comedian says her life goal is to take a bath without the need for a “chaddi”?

8.  Aishwarya Mohanraj

Indian Female Stand Up comedians

Aishwarya, started by Comicstaan Season 1 as a contender but didn’t perform as well as one may expect at the programme, but she made up for it by developing herself dramatically by the end. 

7. Kaneez Surkha

Indian Female Stand Up comedians

She is known for her stage improv. Kaneez’s humor is something not to be reckoned with. She has been part of many shows which also include AIB. Also. she is very renowned.

6. Supriya Joshi

Supriya Joshi

Although AIB is no longer functioning, it provided a platform for several comedians who’ve been recognized for their AIB parodies. Supriya is an example of such a humorist. She also appeared in Season 2 of Comicstaan on Prime Video, in addition to AIB. 

5. Prashasti Singh

Prashasti Singh

Prashasti Singh rose to prominence after appearing on Season 1 of Prime Video’s Comicstaan. She was notable for her distinct manner and delivery, as well as her background in a rural setting. Prashasti’s comedic style is unique, making a top Indian female stand-up comedian keep an eye on it.

4. Radhika Vaz

Radhika Viz

Radhika Vaz is most recognized for her raunchy stand-up comedy. Her YouTube standup videos are not only amusing, but they also masterfully shred the misogynistic patriarchal society. Also, she is one of the best Indian female stand up comedians who are blunt as a hammer.

3. Neeti Palta

Neeti Palta

Neeti Palta is one of India’s most well-known female comedians. She is well-known for her clever sense of humor, which is based on personal experiences. Almost Sanskari, her Amazon Special, is a rollercoaster ride through her life.

Palta pokes fun at her mother, father, sibling, and herself in her standup special, which has plenty of superfluous humor. Her stand-up has it all, from being an adolescent to buying condoms to getting married.

2. Sumukhi Suresh

Sumukhi Suresh, our dearest ‘Pushpawali,’ is a whirlwind of laughter and excitement. ‘Don’t Tell Amma,’ her stand-up special, is hilarious and poignant.

It is indeed a typical comedy ride with a dash of quirkiness and mockery thrown in for good measure.

1. Aditi Mittal

Aditi Mittal

Aditi Mittal is a female comedian who is recognized for her unapologetically patriarchal satire. Mittal is one of India’s first female comedians to have her standup special aired on any web-streaming service with her standup special “Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say.”

She discusses everything from sex to menstruation, bras to sanitary napkins in her show. It has everything that ‘they don’t want us ladies to talk about, which is why her specials are such a laughing fest.

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