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The rise of Indian standup comedians in recent years can be attributed to several factors. First and foremost, the advent of the internet and social media platforms has played a crucial role in giving these comedians a wider reach and exposure.
Platforms like YouTube and Instagram have allowed them to showcase their talent, connect directly with their audience, and build a dedicated fanbase. Indian standup comedians have a knack for tapping into the everyday experiences and idiosyncrasies of Indian culture and society.
They skillfully use humor to shed light on the quirks and complexities of daily life, creating a strong sense of relatability among the audience. Whether it’s poking fun at Indian weddings, the struggles of middle-class families, or the chaos of public transportation, these comedians excel at finding humor in the mundane.
We ask Gen Z if they really find the Indian standup comedians funny. Here’s what they say. What do you think about the standup acts? Do you like them or not? Tell us in the comment section below.
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