It’s Just Performative Feminism for Male Comedians: Aditi Mittal

The stand-up comedian calls out the deeply sexist behaviour of her colleagues.

Published
Celebrities
1 min read
Stand-up comedian Aditi Mittal has called out the sexism of her colleagues. 
i

Midst allegations of sexist and bullying behaviour of High Spirits Pune owner Khodu Irani, stand-up comic Aditi Mittal has called out the deeply biased and hypocritical behaviour of her colleagues.

Aditi supported blogger Sheena Dabolkar’s allegations that Irani and his popular establishment respected neither women performers or patrons and routinely harassed them sexually. Responding to several male comics’ boycotting the hip joint after the allegations, Aditi said that the stand-up comic fraternity is deeply sexist and just pretends to be feminists on stage.

Check out her tweets here:

(Breathe In, Breathe Out: Are you finding it tough to breathe polluted air? Join hands with FIT in partnership with #MyRightToBreathe to find a solution to pollution. Send in your suggestions to fit@thequint.com or WhatsApp @ +919999008335)

(The Quint is available on Telegram. For handpicked stories every day, subscribe to us on Telegram)

Stay Updated

Subscribe To Our Daily Newsletter And Get News Delivered Straight To Your Inbox.

Join over 120,000 subscribers!