In a country where now comedy is taken a little too seriously and being a female a little too light, these women are thriving by carrying both these tags on their shoulder and how.
“If you’re given a little spark of madness, you mustn’t lose it,” this quote by Robin Williams was taken seriously by some funny women taking the country on a roll with their humor.
Follow these female comedians on Twitter for your daily dose of laughter and encourage these funny women to stand equal to men and together take ahead the comedy legacy of India
The female side of humor, as her website title suggests, holds strong opinions about the comic scene in this country as a woman. Palta recently teamed up with Shaadi.com in their brand campaign titled #LadiesFirst.
This is literally every 20-something these days
I’m retiring from the business of growing up.
— Neeti Palta (@neetipalta) February 22, 2017
— Neeti Palta (@neetipalta) February 10, 2017
Dropped out of college to pursue her passion of comedy, she is displaying her wits in words through Twitter, something you do not want to miss.
I’m a cynical horrible human being who cowers at other humans’ touch and weeps at romcoms hoping they’d happen to me. Yes, I’m complicated.
— Aayushi Jagad (@aayushijagad) October 8, 2016
*Growing up as an Indian girl*
When your Uncle says you must learn how to cook otherwise your husband will be hard to find. pic.twitter.com/ndaVmJX6NN
— Aayushi Jagad (@aayushijagad) October 5, 2016
Arguably the most popular female comedian on the face of this country, Mittal has timely raised taboo issues of the Indian society and turned it into laughter hysteria.
I promise you won’t be able to get the song out of your head for a really long time now. You’re welcome.
I always thought “Vicco Turmeric, nahi cosmetic” was our national anthem which is why it played before every movie.
— Aditi Mittal (@awryaditi) November 30, 2016
When she made sense about marital rape and Indian society
“look, you’re almost 25, it’s high time you find someone who can rape you with out any legal consequence.” -Indian Parents
— Aditi Mittal (@awryaditi) April 30, 2015
An Indian comedian and writer, has her website titled ‘Why is everybody trying to irritate me?’ Holding some strong opinions towards sexuality, nudity and everything at bay from mundane, Vaz is a comedian challenging the societal norms through her comedy.
Sugarcoating is not her style and we adorn it!
Indians for Trump. You are the assholes partly responsible for this shit. Fucking morons. https://t.co/ltCUb0IE2N
— radhika vaz (@radvaz) March 6, 2017
And her questions are worth pondering upon
Do you think models have role models?
— radhika vaz (@radvaz) February 25, 2017
Driven by a mix of photography and stand-up comedy, Arora having a lot on her plate and managing to ace it all is involved in transforming this comic scene of the country.
Remember when we though 2017 won’t be as bad as 2016? Hahaha.
Already been through this year’s best and worst moments.
And it’s only Feb?!
Kiiiinda already done with 2017 ??
— Punya Arora (@clickmadness) February 24, 2017
Take her advice
When life gives you lemons, put them in your drink.
— Punya Arora (@clickmadness) February 3, 2017
Thakker, the comedian who loves Woody Allen and hates Café Coffee Day, is a dancer, comedian and has an interesting Twitter account you don’t want to miss.
Let’s take her proposal for World Peace
If yawning is truly contagious then all we need is that one soldier standing at the border to start yawning – world peace unlocked
— Sonali Thakker (@SonaliThakker) March 1, 2017
After all, stalking your ex does have some perks
I got over my ex my stalking him everyday and then eventually….boredom struck me
— Sonali Thakker (@SonaliThakker) February 13, 2017
A comedian and an actor who has been seen on various collaborations with the All India Bakchod, Dua is currently one of the most popular leading female comedians in this country with her own quirky way of carrying herself.
Make-up tips from pro
Smylie Jenner is a gift that keeps on grinning. ?????#makeupdidi#kyliejenner#kyliecosmetics#kylielipkit#vowz#whattawow pic.twitter.com/BxkG6RDn63
— Mallika Dua (@MallikaDua) February 19, 2017
And then she was brutally honest about demonetization
Thanks for the kachhé din guys. no money to pay my bai who has no paytm or card. Kamaal voters hain hum(read: aap sab) #sufferingTheSaffron
— Mallika Dua (@MallikaDua) December 2, 2016
The South-African born Surka is an actress and comedian who has been a massive part of Mumbai’s burgeoning improv comedy scene and currently fits in the top of the league of female comedians in the country.
Um, what are you wearing today?
Me at a high fashion event-
Journalist: So Kaneez who are you wearing?
Kaneez: Um, all my insecurities.
— Kaneez Surka (@kaneezsurka) October 4, 2016
And she made her preferences pretty clear
— Kaneez Surka (@kaneezsurka) March 3, 2017
A comedian and an environmentalist is the country’s first open gay comic and is also the only comedian recipient of Presidential honors.
We have yet another tag for President Trump
I guess I got my spelling wrong. The CORRECT way to spell Trump is ‘Sinking Ship’. #TRUMP
— Vasu Primlani (@greencomedian) March 6, 2017
And shared the real tragedy of Indian men
This is the tragedy of Indian men. Half of them don’t have balls, the other half ARE dicks.
— Vasu Primlani (@greencomedian) March 3, 2017
Along with the stages, these women standup comedians are tickling your funny bones through 140 characters, it’s time acknowledge these female comedians and give them the due credit this #WomensDay.