3 Stand-Up Comedians From Rajasthan Who Have Made It Big In India

‘Laughter is the best medicine’. We have all grown up hearing this line and fed with the importance of a good laugh a day, but few are those who are actually gifted to make us laugh and laugh hard.

In a world that’s only becoming a gloomier & a frightening place with every passing day, stand-up comedians come as a ray of hope in the darkness & are angels in human forms. They research, work hard, sit & write about what, how & where they have to speak in order to generate the most innocent pure emotion – a hearty laugh. On a day when the first celebration of Laughter Day was carried out i.e. 10th January, 1998, Jaipur Beat wants you to meet the 3 stand up comedians who hail from Rajasthan and have made it big in the world of comedy.

  1. Vipul Goyal

    The only Indian comedian to have a web-series dedicated solely to him, Vipul Goyal was born in Falna in Rajasthan, India. Counted among the top stand-up Indian comedians , Vipul  is adept at and has been tickling the funny bones with his satire, observational comedy & improvisational comedy for 6 years now with realistic & hilarious pieces like ‘Woh the papa’ and has had more than 50 million views on his online videos across various platforms.

  2. Shyam Rangeela

    The man who got infamously famous by getting innocently involved in a recent controversy at The Great Indian Laughter Challenge , Shyam Rangeela hails from Sri Ganganagar city in Rajasthan. He recently caught the eyes of media and politics owing to his fantastic mimicry of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi & the President of the Indian National Congress Rahul Gandhi which got him eliminated from the reality show.

  3. Zakir Khan

    Last but not the least, Zakir Khan needs no introduction. Born and brought up in Indore, Zakir Khan has his roots in Rajasthan as his forefathers belong to the state of Rajasthan. He has also spent a lot of time in Jaipur for an internship in 2009 while take up some odd jobs to earn money before shifting to Delhi. He rose to popularity by winning Comedy Central’s India’s Best Stand Up Comedian competition in 2012 and has also been a part of a news comedy show, On Air with AIB. With his satirical & narrative comedy pieces like ‘Haq Se Single’ & ‘When I meet a Delhi Girl’  , he has won hearts of many. Not just that, the man knows music & writes wonderful poetry as well.

    Rajasthan is proud to have them 🙂

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