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.
You can reach Rad Vaz at email@example.com.
‘The rib-tickling performances’ – Deccan Herald. See article
‘What it’s like to joke about pubic hair or sex as a woman in India’ – The Washington Post. See article
‘Living out loud’ – Bangalore Mirror. See Interview
‘Stand-up comedienne Radhika Vaz’s web series to screen at Tribeca Film Festival’ – DNA. See article
‘IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN GOA’ – Discover India. See article
‘Vaz you like it!.’ – Daily Pioneer Interview . See interview
‘Review: Radhika Vaz gets raunchy in Dubai.’ – GULF NEWS Bollywood. See article
‘When stand-up comic Radhika Vaz met cover girl Alia Bhatt, hysterical giggles and eye-rolls ensued.’ – GRAZIA COVER STORY. See article
‘Funny People’s Fevourite Jokes.’ – Reader’s Digest.’ See article
‘I think men don’t like funny women.’ – The Indian Express.’ See article
‘The future of comedy’ – Bangalore Mirror See article
‘Vaz brings the audience to its knees with laughter.’ – TOI, Bangalore. See article
‘Vaz’s wit won over the crowd.’ – TOI, NCR. See article
‘Vaz is a riot.’ – The Hindu Metro Plus. See article.
Listing. New Indian Express. See article.
Listing. Malyalam Manorama. See article.
Malyalam language coverage. See article.
Radhika’S Radio Interview On 94.3 Radio One With Hrishi K. Hear Audio
TOI Mumbai/Mirror Ad. See article.
‘Vaz had the women in the audience clapping in agreement.’ – TOI, Mumbai. See article.
‘The sassy comic.’ – TOI, Mumbai. See article.
‘Unladylike and unapologetic’. ET Panache. See article.
Women we love – Interview. Women’s Health. See article.
‘…the Indian Wanda Sykes.’ raves The Huffington Post. See article.
‘Chandigarh Literature Festival’ – The Indian Express. See article
‘Guffaw versus Giggle: Women in India’s Funny Business Women making a mark gradually in India’s comedy industry’ – Media India Group. See article
‘A Web Comedy Series Is ‘Walking The Line Between Hipsters And Hijabis’’ – NPR. See Interview
‘The Faces of Comedy: Platforms That Look for (and Bring) the Funny’ – Filmmaker. See article
‘TOO FAR IS NOT FAR ENOUGH’ – Film Companion. See Interview
‘Laugh away with Radhika Vaz.’ – GULF NEWS Events. See Interview
‘The lady is a tramp.’ – Live Mint . See article
‘Angry Indian comedian: Radhika Vaz on her new book’ – Hindustantimes. See article.
‘Radhika is a performer through and through…’ The Hindu. See article.
‘…the audience was in splits.’ DNA, Mumbai. See article.
‘Radhika Vaz is laugh out loud funny’. Afternoon Despatch & Courier. See article.
‘…effortlessly funny’. TOI, The Crest Edition. See article.
‘…shocking and funny…’. Mumbai Mirror. See article.
Interview in Times of India. See article.
Bangalore boys sleep naked – Interview. Man’s World. See article.
‘New York laughs out loud with ‘Unladylike’ Radhika Vaz’ screams DNA, Mumbai. See article.
‘…a full hours entertainment.’ assures India Abroad’s Aseem Chhabra. See article.
‘Nothing was taboo, and everything was absolutely hilarious.’ GuyLife See article.
‘Radhika had the women in stitches…’ Masti Magazine. See article.
‘Vaz takes on everything one would hesitate to discuss in polite company.’ Lassi With Lavina. See article.
‘I was laughing so hard I lost track of time.’ Curry Bear. See article.
‘…Vaz presents the inner workings of the modern Indian woman.’ Buzzine Bollywood. See article.
Interview with Miss Malini. See article.
‘We fart, we grow old, and we are entitled to script our own roles’. Sunday Mid Day. See article.
‘Radhika Vaz looks like an angel but is a rebel in disguise’. Time Out Mumbai. See article.