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Vaz is one of the country’s most well recognized stand-up comedians with an international following (The Indian Wanda Sykes – The Huffington Post, NY). Her one-woman comedy specials “Unladylike” and “Older. Angrier. Hairier.” have sold-out in New York, Los Angeles, and all major Indian cRead More...
Vaz is one of the country’s most well recognized stand-up comedians with an international following (The Indian Wanda Sykes – The Huffington Post, NY). Her one-woman comedy specials “Unladylike” and “Older. Angrier. Hairier.” have sold-out in New York, Los Angeles, and all major Indian cities (A hilarious script, great comic timing and an ability to go where no man has gone before! – Manisha Sharma, Programming Head, Colors TV) and her edgy web-series “Shugs & Fats” won the prestigious Gotham Awards in New York last year.
Hailed as ‘the funniest person you will ever meet’ by Harpers Bazaar Vaz performs regularly at private events for lifestyle oriented brands like American Express, McKinsey & Co, Ikea, Audi, Rado Watches and Makemytrip.com.
Considered one of the pioneers of the stand-up movement in India she has been featured in Vogue’s ‘The power of 50’ and is a frequent guest on NDTV and Radio One. She is a prolific writer (Vogue, Verve, GQ, Architectural Digest) and her bi-weekly column on the Times of India’s op-ed page reaches millions of readers and her book ‘Unladylike, A Memoir’ is now in bookstores across the country. Widely recognized as this generation’s feminist voice (Vaz had the women clapping in agreement – Times of India) Radhika has written and performed in online marketing campaigns for companies including Sofy Sanitary Pads and the fashion website Fab Alley that went viral.
Known for her outspoken views on gender roles (Vaz is breaking gender barriers. – The Daily Beast, NY) she has been invited to speak and perform at university panels, fund raising events and literature festivals including The Times of India Literature Festival, The Shift Series, India Radio Forum Awards, Young Presidents Organization, The Foreign Correspondents Club, Columbia University (NY), Women’s Education Project (NY), Human Rights Watch (NY), amongst others.
Radhika started her career in New York City, where she trained with members of the Groundlings School in LA, Upright Citizens Brigade (NY), The Magnet Theatre (NY), and Second City (Chicago) and is a visiting faculty member at Improvolution (NY). In her spare time she power lifts and watches really bad reality television.Less...
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