Q. What are your inspirations in the world of comedy?
A. I’ve grown up reading comics, and much of my inspiration comes from there. I found that expressing my thoughts via humour lightens almost any topic and makes the experience much more enjoyable.
Q. What’s the funniest joke you know?
A. The Indian democracy.
Q. What’s the hardest part of the job?
A. Trying to appeal to everyone’s sense of humour without offending anyone.
Q. How did you get into writing comics?
A. I discovered that you don’t need to be able to draw to create comics. You just need a sense of humour and some ideas. I discovered an online strip creator (ToonDoo) and starting blogging my comics. Q. Which topics are the most controversial and which are the most popular in your comics?
A. Surprisingly, the most controversial themes are also the most popular ones. Themes concerning politics, society or issues that effect the common man are quite a rage.
Checkered pencil dress, Attic; beaded necklace, Curio Cottage