In the realm of stand-up comedy, breaking societal norms and challenging prejudices often takes center stage. RJ Karishma, a notable name in the comedy scene, has carved a niche for herself. That is by using humor as a tool to dissect and address prevalent societal biases. 

Through her Instagram content, she has skillfully highlighted societal prejudices. Prompting her audience to laugh, reflect, and perhaps reconsider their perspectives.

Let’s explore three instances where RJ Karishma brilliantly tackled societal prejudices through her comedic lens.

1. Those Relatives and Their Questions:

We all have our fair share of relatives who have no reason to be poking into our business and yet will hold the highest amount of expectations. It’s more like the “result kya aaya beta” “mere bete ka itna aaya”. You know the general comparison. Karishma captures just that in this skit of her being an annoying relative. And when it comes to judging the bodies of teenagers and the status of their kids and you, you know just very casually. Reminding us to stay away from them haha.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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2. Brother and Sister Biasness:

The bond between a brother and sister is great, until their friends are over and for the sister to get her privacy is similar to that of Game Of Thrones. If only societal teaching went both ways – with respect maybe most of us would still have our peace. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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3. Frustrated Mothers:

Marriages are great, but when it comes to mothering your partner and having to deal with their tantrums or ego – it only boils down to one thing – partnership. With a generation like this, that has recognised the effort and beauty of being around the house and catering to kids and house, a husband or your partner should be the last thing that needs worrying. Dark humor or a light to what happens on a daily basis, should be recognized and rectified. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Comedy has the power to shed light on a lot of issues, and yet few ones really understand the message behind it, as small as it may be. Societal prejudices do exist and Karishma has helped understand and point a few with hopes it becomes better with time.