Her many appearances in online and live skits have made Mallika Dua a comedy sensation. She can be caught performing at many popular comedy clubs in Mumbai
Aditi Mittal has emerged as one of India's leading stand-up personalities. She shot to fame with her hit series called, "Things They Wouldn't Let Me Say"
Radhika Vaz is an advertising professional who has made it big in the comedy scenes of two of the biggest cities in the world; Mumbai and New York. She has also written a book called, "Unladylike: The Pitfalls of Propriety"
Sumukhi Suresh has almost emerged as the face of India's successful female stand-up artists. This Mumbai girl is bold with her jokes and will make you laugh till you cry
Born in South Africa, Kaneez Surka fell in love with Mumbai in 2005. She has since, never turned back. Surka is a part of Mumbai's Improv Comedy group
Neeti Palta is a stand-up comedienne par excellence. She has had many successful performances in India and abroad. Pic/Twitter
Nidhi Goyal's mark on India's comedy circuit is truly significant. She is the country's first visually impaired stand-up comic. Goyal puts her audience at ease by starting on a comforting, yet self-depreciating piece of humour. Pic/Twitter
Mumbai-based Ayushi Jagad talks about all the topics under the sun. She not only raises social awareness topics but has her audiences hooting with laughter at the same time. Pic/Youtube
The stunning Jeeya Sethi is a Mumbaikar through and through. Her personal experiences, both positive and negative, shape her performances. Pic/Youtube
Apart from being a stand-up comic, Ankita Shivastav is also an actress. She has performed with several theatre groups in Mumbai. Ankita's comedy sketches are a humourous depiction of life in the big city. Pic/Youtube
Pavitra Shetty is one of Mumbai's upcoming female comediennes. Shetty's performances cater to every type of Mumbaikar. She has hosted several open Mics. Pic/Twitter
This Kerala-born yet Mumbai-based comedienne enjoys massive popularity. Anu Menon has performed widely in plays and is best known for her role as 'Lola Kutty'. Pic/Youtube
Gorgeous girl Punya Arora regularly performs in Mumbai. Her performances focus on the quirks of human nature and the situations we face every day. Pic/Instagram
Apart from being a stand-up-comic, Richa Kapoor is also a teacher. Try and catch tickets early for her shows though, because her performances are almost always fully-booked. Pic/Twitter
Sonali Thakker is among the funniest comics in the country. Thakker's performances cover a vast variety of topics including shopping, traveling and society. Thakker is also a part-time stock-broker. Pic/Instagram
One of Hindi entertainment's best comediennes, Bharti Singh gained masssive popularity via the reality series, "The Great Indian Laughter Challenge." She has also appeared in several other comedy shows
From Sumukhi Suresh to Nidhi Goyal these women have made a significant mark on India's stand-up comedy scene. They regularly perform in Mumbai to auditoriums resounding with hearty laughter
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