Amit Sharma belongs to commonly found Indian engineer species, after developing split personality disorder by working in private sector for 8 years, he finally decided to cure himself by working with his comic personality. He mostly talks about Bollywood, politics, life in urban Indian society and sometimes gets lucky in making his point and yes being married gives him the inspiration and desperation required to become a comedian. Comfortable on stage with Hinglish, he is the kind of comedian you don't know whether you are laughing with him or at him, and it doesn't really bother him either way..
Srijan’s identity crisis is rooted in his upbringing. He was born in Delhi, grew up in Rajasthan, studied in Gujarat and worked in Bangalore. A single child, raised in a dysfunctional joint family, he had an ideal environment to derive his humour from. Despite life offering a lot of different scenarios, Srijan still found time to be mundane, as he pursued the dreams of his parents and did his engineering and MBA. An optimist by nature, he tries to see the silver lining in any situation. After he bombs (lingo for stand up routine not going well), you can often find him saying - ‘I can only go up from here’, before he mumbles his way through another monologue..