Aditi Mittal is an Indian stand-up comedian, actress and writer. 

One of the first women to do stand-up comedy in India, Mittal has been rated amongst India's top 10 stand-up comedians by The Times of India named her as one of the top 30 "witty, intelligent and incredibly fun" Indian women to follow on Twitter. 

Mittal has written columns and articles in Grazia Men magazine, DNA, and Financial Times (UK, Weekend Edition). 

Mittal is one of the better-known faces of the Indian English stand-up comedy scene in North and West India. 

In 2009, she was one of the first 5 Indians to be featured in an Indians-only stand-up show called Local Heroes, organized by the U.K based “The Comedy Store.” 

Today, she is a regular at Canvas Laugh Factory, Comedy Store Mumbai and has performed at venues and humor festivals across the country 

In 2013, Mittal was invited by the BBC for the prestigious 100 Women Conference in London. 

She first performed her solo show ‘Things they wouldn’t let me say’ in July 2013 at the Canvas Laugh Factory, Mumbai. 

The tour features an appearance by sex therapist Dr. Mrs. Lutchuke and the “thinking” Bollywood starlet Dolly Khurana.