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Oct 11, 2018
#MeToo in India: Aditi Mittal issues apology after Kaneez Surka levels harassment allegation on TwitterComic-host Kaneez Surka accused comedienne Aditi Mittal of sexually harassing her in 2016 at an event, in her own MeToo account shared on 10 October.
Jun 02, 2018
Rishi Kapoor abuses Twitter user for criticising Ranbir's Sanju; comedian Aditi Mittal says he spreads 'hate and misogyny'Rishi Kapoor hit out at a Twitter user who criticised his son Ranbir's Sanju trailer.
Apr 06, 2018
The Laughter Challenge is on us: How dominance of upper caste men affects our consumption of comedyWhile male comics being awkward, rude, cynical, gross, horny makes us laugh, female comics who perform the same acts make us awkward | #FirstCulture
Mar 29, 2018
Stand-up for feminism: Indian women comics are making patriarchy the punch-line in their actsWomen comics in India excel at couching trenchant social commentary in seemingly ordinary jokes | #FirstCulture
Sep 30, 2017
Queens of Comedy review: TLC's new show is a milestone in comedy of, by and for womenQueens of Comedy is all about the special kind of funny women can be when they are alone together.
Jul 19, 2017
Aditi Mittal’s Netflix special may make Indian men squirm (and that’s a good thing)If anyone needed a disclaimer or a warning before watching Aditi Mittal’s Netflix special, then it’s there right in the title: ‘Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say’
Jul 12, 2017
Watch: Aditi Mittal's Netflix special show discusses uncomfortable things to laugh aboutHere's what Aditi Mittal's standup special will turn out to be.
Jun 12, 2017
Stand-up comedian Aditi Mittal to have own Netflix show Things They Wouldn't Let Me SayThe news of Aditi Mittal's show comes two weeks after she criticised Amazon Prime for hiring zero female comedians for a comedy segment.
May 31, 2017
Sexism in stand-up comedy; or what happens when you ask a boys' club why it’s a boys' club“Is there sexism in the comedy industry as well?” Anupama Chopra probably knew the answer to this question before she asked the six comedians — five of them male — sitting with her, in an episode for Film Companion.
May 30, 2017
Sexism in stand-up comedy? No laughing matter, as this Anupama Chopra-led panel provesFilm critic Anupama Chopra recently had a discussion on 'sexism in the comedy industry' — with a panel consisting of five men and one woman.