Rohan Joshi is an Indian comedian, writer, actor, YouTuber, content creator, and TV presenter. He is one of the founding members of the Mumbai-based production company All India Bakchod (AIB) which created the eponymous podcast and YouTube channel, which creates comedy content.
|Born||22 February 1983, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Height||5ft 11 in (170 cm)|
|Mother||Kumudini Kiran Joshi|
Rohan Joshi was born on 22 February 1983 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He is 39 years old till 2022. Rohan Joshi is an Indian comedian, writer, actor, YouTuber, content creator, and TV presenter. He is one of the founding members of the Mumbai-based production company All India Bakchod (AIB)
Rohan Joshi Dilip was born on Tuesday, 22 February 1983 (age 40 years; as of 2023) in South Mumbai, Maharashtra.
He attended Cumballa Hill High School, Mumbai, where he grew up participating in various extracurricular activities.
He attended KJ Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai, But eventually dropped out after the second semester of the course as he was bullied by a teacher. Eventually, he joined a media course .
He entered the Mumbai stand-up comedy circuit around 2008 along with his fellow comedians Tanmay Bhat, and Ashish Shakya. Until 2008, Joshi and Bhat were contributors to the JLT (a.k.a. Just Like That), a weekly youth-focused humour magazine published by The Times of India.
It was when Bhat saw Joshi’s Google Talk status about him performing a stand-up comedy act that they connected over how to turn a hobby into a profession. Meanwhile, Joshi and Bhat also worked at Weirdass Comedy, a comedy consultancy company founded by Vir Das.
After graduating from Jai Hind College, Joshi briefly worked as a journalist for CNBC and also wrote a humour column for Mid-Day. In 2010, Rohan, who was then working as a TV journalist, performed at an influential open-mic show called Hamateur Night. He won the contest and, pursued comedy as a hobby for the following year .
When the money he earned through standup matched his salary, he switched to it full-time. Apart from that, Joshi and Bhat performed improv with Das, Kavi Shastri, Ashwin Mushran and Anu Menon as The Cardinal Bengans. In 2011, Rohan performed at the prestigious comedy festival ‘Fringe Festival’ in Edinburgh.
The same year, he also joined a selected group of Indian comics to perform at the Comedy Store, hosted in London. Delhi-based comedian Gursimran Khamba joined the trio when he moved to Mumbai to attend the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in 2011. The four comedians would write scripts for television, including writing jokes for Filmfare Awards, MTV and Channel .
The Roast Controversy (2014)
In 2014, the collective AIB collective was booked on obscenity charges for AIB Knockout. The show became the subject of widespread public criticism and various right-wing political leaders filed an FIR against the group, the participants and certain audience members, under multiple sections of the Indian Penal Code in various courts across the country. However, no progress or arrests were made in any of the cases.
Falsely accused of Molestation (2017)
In 2017, an anonymous Reddit user, [hidden for privicy], accused Rohan Joshi of molestation. However, the same person, in less than two hours, posted another post calling Joshi a “great guy.” Apparently, the Reddit user was trying to prove the innocence of TVF CEO Arunabh, who was previously accused of molesting multiple women. The Reddit user single-handedly reduced serious issues such as sexual harassment to a joke claiming that the victim in Arunabh Kumar’s case had tricked everyone into believing that she was molested.
Accused of Mocking Hindu gods and goddesses (2020)
In 2020, various anonymous Twitter users started digging up old jokes of Indian stand-up comics, including Joshi, in which they had allegedly “hurt religious sentiments.” Old videos of their comedy sketches resurfaced on the internet with the hashtag #HinduphobicComedyIndustry. Consequently, Joshi deactivated his Twitter account, claiming that the attack had moved beyond the virtual, with his phone number and address being leaked. He also posted an apology on his Instagram account requesting to leave his family alone.
Rohan Joshi Net Worth
Indian comedian Rohan Joshi has a net worth between $100,000 and $1 million at the age of 39. Rohan Joshi makes most of his money as a successful stand-up comedian.
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||8 Crore INR|
|Monthly Income And Salary||2-3 Lakhs +|
|Yearly Income||30 lakhs +|
|Income Source||Comedian, Hosting, Acting|
Social Media of Rohan Joshi
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1. What is the income of Rohan Joshi?
Ans. Rohan Joshi monthly income is around 2-3 Lakhs +rupees.
2. where is rohan joshi from?
Ans. Rohan joshi is from Mumbai Maharashtra.
3. How old is Rohan Joshi?
Ans. Rohan Joshi is 39 years old.
4. What is net worth of Rohan Joshi?
Ans. Rohan Joshi net worth is 8 Crore .
5. What is the wife name ofRohan Joshi?
Ans. He is unmarried .
6. From where completed his education?
Ans. He attended Cumballa Hill High School, Mumbai, Maharashtra.