Bombaywaali is a celebration of women who built the city of Mumbai – intellectually, philosophically, financially, spiritually and literally.
Bombay’s women have been at the forefront of leadership. Whether it was the civil disobedience movement or restoring the cosmopolitan senses back when the city was under attack. In the 1930s the Rashtriya Stree Sangha under Sarojini Naidu supported female education and women’s emancipation. This spirit of the city to celebrate and empower its women makes this city what it is today.
Bombaywaali is the celebration of Mumbai past, present and the future. Alive with new ideas, wit, inspirations, design and successes, we bring you engaging conversations with women who observe and storify this city. Our guest on July 22nd is the absolutely mad, Aditi Mittal who has got us all to laugh it off while thinking about things. Humour-activist? Stand up comic? Outspoken and forthright, witty and the Dolly Khurana of digi-lloid, she will sort you out.
Mittal has performed at venues across India, UK and USA- recently performing for BBC’s “Welcome to wherever you are” produced by Ed Morrish and BBC Asian Comedy’s “The cream of South Asian Comedy” in London. Her comedy has been featured in documentary Stand-Up Planet and Menstrual Man.
Join us at 5 pm at The Bombay Canteen on July 22nd. Don’t miss. Register now.
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