Punya Arora, is a Punjabi by nature and South-Indian at heart and a self proclaimed Biryani connoisseur! Her style of comedy is observational, light-hearted and may involve more than one accent. Punya has been featured on every major stand-up stage across India and her work has been covered by print, radio, Buzzfeed and Huffingtonpost India. She is in love with underwater photography, travelling and life in general. She's also a professional photographer and a visiting faculty at Light & Life Academy, Ooty.
Sonali Thakar is a part-time stock-broker, a dance enthusiast and a full-time Gujju who performs comedy on the weekends, Sonali Thakker is an exciting new comedy talent in the town. Talking about grave topics like traveling, shopping, and chaprigiri in her sets, Sonali's has performed on the biggest of stages including Canvas Laugh Club and NCPA. In 2017, she took her special 'Almost There' to stage across the country.
Amogh Ranadive is a stand-up comic, television writer and your mom. Being Maharashtrian, his hobbies include gulping down vada pavs and indulging in violence against innocent North Indian cabbies. Sorry, sorry. Don't want you to get the wrong impression. He actually hates vada pav, it gives him acidity. He has been featured on the number 1 spot of Time Magazine's top 100 list of awesome people whose names start with an A and end with Amogh Ranadive. The Times of India describes him as a ''nobody'', and his mother describes him as ''clean your damn room.'