Urooj Ashfaq is a writer and comedian working in Mumbai. She said her career in comedy started because she failed her exams at school. "I was a real loser. I had to start doing something, she had once said." All pictures/Urooj Ashfaq Instagram
Urooj Ashfaq is the winner of FemaPalooza, which was held in April 2017 at Mumbai. FemaPalooza is an open mic with an all female line up where some new and some old female comics try their hand at comedy
Urooj Ashfaq is a resident of Navi Mumbai
Urooj Ashfaq deals with serious subject matter in a rather amusing way
Urooj Ashfaq has already won her several stand-up competitions in Mumbai
Urooj Ashfaq has done a two-month internship with All India Bakchod (AIB), in 2016
Urooj Ashfaq's AIB video on 'If Apps Were People' went viral and it was appreciated widely
In AIB's 'If Apps Were People' video, Urooj Ashfaq played the role of a young girl Supriya who wants to sleep but the apps on her phone turn out to be a major distraction
Urooj Ashfaq had once said that she was always the joker in every class. Her jokes and jovial manner helped her gain many friends, wherever she went
Urooj Ashfaq's forte is stand-up comedy wherein she focuses on all kinds of topics, such as cannibalism, burquas, tattoos, psychopaths, waxing etc
Urooj Ashfaq has also worked with Abish Mathew for his talk show, Son of Abish
Urooj Ashfaq has written for Die Trying (2018), Son of Abish (2014) and AIB: Honest Engineering Campus Placements (2017)
Urooj Ashfaq is quite popular on social media and keeps her fans up to date with her daily life
On March 19, 2018, Urooj Ashfaq received criticism for her tweet suggesting that beef be cooked in a yagnya that is being planned in Madhya Pradesh
The tweet read, "Also 100 quintals of black sesame seeds, 60 quintals of rice, 30 quintals of barley and 150 ghee boxes...Ummm just throw some beef in there and have a barbecue party"
Urooj Ashfaq says that when her joke fails, it can mess anyone up but you have to accept it and be chill about it
Urooj Ashfaq has done shows all over the country
In an interview with mid-day in November 2017, Urooj Ashfaq had said, "My brand of comedy is absurd and dark, a lot of which you will hear at the gig. I'm also going to try observational humour."
Urooj Ashfaq is a graduate in psychology
Urooj Ashfaq has collaborated with well-known comedians of the country and is a laugh riot herself
22-year-old Urooj Ashfaq is one of the promising comedians in the circuit, who is creating waves with her slick humour and cute face. Here's what we know about the talented young girl
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