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Are you a funny girl?

More women should take up comedy as getting on stage and making people laugh is almost like a super power.

Punya Arora, Stand-up Comedian and Photographer, Mumbai and Bengaluru

Remember the first time you ever laughed. The kind of insane cacophonic laughter that almost made you and others around you question your attractiveness? That real laughter that mostly comes out when you're alone and watching blooper videos of people falling off a treadmill

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