Content creators and vloggers entertain the world like no other. To whoever said women can’t be funny, Indian women ruled the game and continue to do so.
Here are some women that kept netizens rolling on the floor laughing entertained.
- Kusha Kapila
Once an aspiring journalist, Kusha started as a writer before framing much-loved characters such as Billi Masi. The digital creator’s journey has sorted across the platform like Instagram and YouTube.
The channel started in 2011, also showcases quirks of desi aunties and uncles. She is also the list of Behensplaining, a show on Netflix India’s YouTube channel.
- Dolly Singh
Dolly Singh has become the voice of the Internet. Her characters Raju Ki Mummy and Zeenat Baji are adept at challenging patriarchy.
Apart from that, the content creator also shares bits of her life and family in Nanital to her 4,25,000 followers on YouTube and over a million on Instagram. She has been vocal about being body-shamed as a child and uses her platform to spread body positivity.
- Lilly Singh
Lilly Singh, aka Superman, has achieved many milestones through a decade of creating content on YouTube. She is also the first woman and LGBTQ person to host a late-night show, A Little Late With Lilly Singh.
The Canadian-Indian star makes videos often based on Indian parents, besides everyday relatable content. With over 14 million subscribers, her channel also featured renowned personalities.
- Prajakta Koli
From everyday relatable incidents, characters like Montu has become more popular than herself, celebrity interviews, meeting her celebrity crush Hrithik Roshan and former first lady, Michelle Obama, the YouTuber captures all of that and more in her channel and social media.
With almost six million subscribers on YouTube, she has even convinced B-Town star, Kareena Kapoor, to go through the comments once and see the amount of love people are pouring on her.