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Aditi Mittal is a stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and actress.
She is the first-ever woman to do stand-up comedy in India. Born in 1985, Aditi Mittal is known for witty, self-deprecating jokes.
Aditi Mittal became famous for choosing topics that Indian women found relatable. Those topics were not openly discussed. In her initial years, she struggled a lot as it was an unconventional profession for women in India. Soon enough, she carved a niche and generated a mass fan following, hosting live performances worldwide.
Aditi Mittal's net worth is estimated at around $1-5 million. She is one of the richest comedians in the world.
Her annual per capita is unknown.
Aditi Mittal's height is 5 ft 2 in (158 cm).
Aditi Mittal was born on November 12, 1987. She will turn 35 in November 2022.
Aditi Mittal was born in India in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She attended St. Mary's and St. Joseph's School in Pune. She went to the UK to join Wroxton College to study Dramatic Literature. Following that, she completed her degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in communication and literature. After completing the course, she went to New York and worked at an Indian Media Channel. But, due to job dissatisfaction, she decided to return home and have a profession based on comedy. She began her career in stand-up comedy in 2009.
Aditi Mittal has been private about her private life and relationships. Currently, Aditi Mittal is single.
Aditi Mittal is the first female stand-up comedian. She was among the first five Indian comedians to be featured in the UK-based 'Comedy Store' called 'Local Heroes' in 2009. It is a stand-up show.
In 2013, Aditi participated in the BBC 100 Women Conference in London. Her first solo show was at the 'Canvas Laugh Factory Mumbai' in 2013. The show is named 'Things They Won't Let Me Say'. She depicted her popular on-stage characters, Dr. Mrs. Lutchuke and Dolly Khurana. She is renowned for delivering witty jokes and discussing critical social issues playing their characters. 'Things They Won't Let Me Say' is now on Netflix as a TV show.
Mittal has also been featured in the American documentary 'Stand-Up Planet.'
She is today an internationally renowned stand-up comedian performing. She performs at the 'Canvas Laugh Factory', and 'Comedy Store Mumbai' and is a popular figure in country clubs across the UK and 'Laugh Factory Los Angeles'. She has appeared on the political satire program Jay Hind and CNN-Phenking IBN's News with Cyrus Broacha. She founded the 'Ghanta Awards' and the 'Filmfail Awards', two of India's most prestigious parody award ceremonies. She has appeared in Indian Comedian Vir Das's 'Ripping the Decade'. She has also appeared in Comedy Central's 'India's Fools Gold Awards' and Channel V's 'Bollywood OMG'. Besides appearing on BBC Asia with RJ Nihal, Mittal was featured on BBC World and BBC America as one of 'India's trailblazers'. She was once more listed in the BBC's 100 Women in October 2014. Mittal participated in the Roast panel in the AIB (All India Bakchod) Knockout in December 2014. In February, she made a guest appearance on The Now Show on BBC Radio 4.
Women activists are featured in Mittal's YouTube series' Bad Girls'. The first episode was released in February 2017. It focused on Nidhi Goyal (the Indian disability and gender rights activist).
Aditi Mittal has written in Grazia Men Magazine, Financial Times UK edition, DNA, and Firstpost.com. She also writes for the Economics Times Indian edition.
Aditi also hosts the podcast 'Women In Labour', which is available everywhere.
Not much is known about Aditi Mittal's charity work.
Aditi has had many groundbreaking achievements throughout her life. Yet not much is known about her winning any awards.
Aditi has shared that her hobbies include Travelling and Cooking.
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