Aishwarya Mohanraj is an Indian stand-up comedian, writer, YouTuber and story-teller. She was one of the top 10 contestants on the show Comicstaan, an Indian stand-up comedy competition series. Thereafter, she has worked as a comedy content writer for shows, like Son of Abish, Behti Naak, On Air with AIB, Comicstaan S02, and One Mic Stand.
Aishwarya Mohanraj was born on Tuesday 26 July 1994 (age 26 years; as in 2020), and she hails from Mumbai, Maharashtra. She did her schooling from R.N. Podar School, Mumbai. She pursued Bachelor of Pharmacy, and then she went on to pursue Master of Business Administration (Pharm. Tech) from the School of Pharmacy and Technology Management NMIMS, Mumbai, India.
Height (approx.): 5’4″
Hair Color: Light Golden Brown
Eye Color: Black
Family & Caste
Aishwarya Mohanraj’s father’s name is Mohanraj Pallat, and her mother, Krishna Pallat is a teacher.
In Corporate Sector
In 2016, Aishwarya Mohanraj interned at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Mumbai. Thereafter, in 2017, Aishwarya started working as a research analyst at Nielsen, Mumbai.
As a Comedian
In 2017, Aishwarya quit her job at Nielsen to participate in the reality show, Comicstaan. On 13 July 2018, Aishwarya made her digital debut with the show, Comicstaan which premiered on Amazon Prime. Although, she didn’t win the show, she was immensely loved by the audience.
Thereafter, she uploaded various stand-up comedy videos on her YouTube channel, like My First Relationship, My Pregnancy Test etc.
Later, in 2018, she worked as a comedy content writer for the show, Son of Abish hosted by the well-known Indian comedian Abish Mathew. Thereafter, she has written content for shows, like Comicstaan S02 (2019), and One Mic Stand (2019). In 2020, she appeared in Amazon Funnies, a mini-series featuring 14 prominent Indian stand-up comedians.
- Aishwarya Mohanraj actively participated in several extra-curricular activities during her childhood. She never scared of the stage performance, and she also performed classical dance celebrating Ashadi Ekadashi day.
- She is fond of singing and she loves to sing while playing the cups.
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4 years back, I learnt to play songs on the cup as a coping mechanism. I lost someone v close to me and I had pretty much become a recluse. I would resent ppl and then hate myself for resenting them. Around that time, I came across Mithila’s video and it was perfect. The video was pure joy. And I wanted that. Desperately. Hence learning the cup song became an obsession. It distracted me from the gut wrenching sadness that had enveloped me. I’d travel with a stupid cup everywhere and would play it everytime I got a minute free. I’d do it while talking to people without realising how irritating it must have been for them lol. I don’t do it anymore cause I went for therapy and have dealt (am trying to deal) with grief in a healthier way but this useless talent will always remain important cause it kept me sane even though I seemed insane This is one of my favourite medleys and it’s by @akshaynayar and @ankur.dobriyal. I’ve listened to it from time to time and have constantly raved about it to Akshay. If you haven’t seen it, you defs should. 60 years of Bollywood on Scoopwhoop’s YT channel. Pyaar hai woh Also, I know this isn’t perfect but it never was about that, was it? Anyway, I hope you find your joy ♥️
- In 2018, Aishwarya was also a part of Amazon’s marketing campaign for the Prime Video series ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’ Various female stand-up comedians were hired to perform a short stand-up gig, wearing the ‘Mrs. Maisel’ outfit, and promote the upcoming series.
- Apart from stand-up comedy and singing, Aishwarya is also a captivating story-teller. In 2017, she narrated a story at ‘Kahaaniya – Storytelling Open Mic by Tape A Tale’ in which she talked about her badass grandmother.