If you haven't been living under a rock, you’d know that Indian stand-up comedians are acing it online, just as hilariously they are slaying it on stage.
Twitter is where all the fun is, and they enjoy a large fan following there. Their jokes are generally one-liners that will leave you rolling on the floor laughing out loud.
Let’s look at some of the coolest Indian stand-up comedians and their best jokes so far.
1. Varun Grover
Adele's Hello is angrezon ka 'Sunn raha hai na tu'.— वरुण (@varungrover) December 6, 2015
2. Sumukhi Suresh
Please dont call a vada a savoury doughnut. It's like introducing your brother as "not my sister"— Sumukhi Suresh (@sumukhisuresh) November 5, 2015
3. Abhishek Upmanyu
What do you usually have for breakfast?— Abhishek Upmanyu (@AbhiUpmanyu) September 3, 2016
Thoughts about lunch
4. Kenny Sebastian
Every guide in Agra:— Kenny Sebastian (@knowkenny) December 9, 2015
This monument was covered in gold and diamonds.
Me: Can't see any, What happened?
Guide: British took it.
5. Kaneez Surka
Just realised, If we're scared of cockroaches and small animals then giants will be scared of us. That makes me feel better. I'm good now.— Kaneez Surka (@kaneezsurka) July 11, 2016
6. Abish Mathew
Top 3 uses of rice in India:— Abish Mathew (@abishmathew) July 19, 2016
2) Throwing at weddings.
3) Keeping your wet phones to dry.
7. Neeti Palta
Dopey eyes, flushed cheeks and breathlessness. Ironic how the symptoms of flu are the same as love.— Neeti Palta (@neetipalta) August 26, 2016
8. Siddharth Dudeja
Girl: Can you do a British accent?— Siddharth Dudeja (@sidudeja) September 5, 2015
Girl: Say something.
Me: tum saala gulaam log meri jooti ke neeche rahega.
9. Amogh Ranadive
Fear Factor is basically Masterchef China.— Amogh Ranadive (@amoghranadive) July 6, 2012
10. Azeem Banatwalla
People relentlessly make fun of me because I live in a 1BHK.— Azeem Banatwalla (@TheBanat) August 22, 2016
I'm a victim of flat-shaming.
Can’t stop laughing? Go ahead and re-tweet them.