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Still take care when you are in your romantic mood in public, Its always better do such things in private while dating in Mumbai.
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Vaz is one of the country’s most well recognized stand-up comedians with an international following (The Indian Wanda Sykes – The Huffington Post, NY). See article ‘TOO FAR IS NOT FAR ENOUGH’ – Film Companion.
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I would love to be your girl friend of intimate moments to offer you delighted, gratifying and more than satisfactory services.When in city with your Mumbai female friends and if wanna go for a ‘DATE’, You have lots of places to go, and few of the spots are, Band Stand (Bandra), Juhu (Andheri), Pubs & Discos, Movie Theatres etc..Check Out those hot single girls and women in dating section and enjoy your life. (ALERT: Although Public kissing is not legally allowed here, One can see some couples openly romancing at lovers point locations like nariman point & charni road sea face and best at Bandra bandstand.Known for her outspoken views on gender roles (Vaz is breaking gender barriers. “Unladylike: The pitfalls of propriety” is a one-woman comedy show that debuted in New York City in September 2010 to sold-out audiences. Suzanna Therian, Orli Ben-Dor, Smita Baliga, and David Frenkiel for being the best ushers an unlady could want. – The Daily Beast, NY) she has been invited to speak and perform at university panels, fund raising events and literature festivals including The Times of India Literature Festival, The Shift Series, India Radio Forum Awards, Young Presidents Organization, The Foreign Correspondents Club, Columbia University (NY), Women’s Education Project (NY), Human Rights Watch (NY), amongst others. With her second one-woman comedy special (1hr 15min, English) the over-the-top funny and irreverent comedian, focuses her wit on the humiliations of aging in a culture that worships youth, her decision not to have children, and her constant struggle to overcome her obsession with housework. A hilarious script, great comic timing and an ability to go where no man has gone before! The show is the love child of a dirty affair between stand-up and sketch comedy and between Radhika Vaz (writer and perfomer) and Brock Savage (director and developer). Vaz looks like an angel but is a rebel in disguise. This ‘one-woman show’ owes thanks to many women and men: Marina Romashko, i Dea Coach and Project Manager. And to Improvolution, the improv school that believes anyone can improvise.