Over the weekend, Netflix unveiled a teaser trailer (on YouTube), a full-length trailer (on Netflix.com), and episodic titles for Women Up, the upcoming four-episode stand-up comedy sequence that options 4 Indian ladies in Kaneez Surka, Niveditha Prakasam, Supriya Joshi, and Prashasti Singh. Women Up will run for an hour in complete, with every feminine comedian getting 15 minutes. The episodes are: Surka’s “It is Kaneez, Let Her Do”, Prakasam’s “Do not Thoughts Me”, Joshi’s “Love Hurts”, and Singh’s “Just lately Empowered”. Whereas Surka and Prakasam contact upon their upbringing in Africa, Joshi delves right into a break-up, and Singh talks about empowering each other.
The 20-second Women Up teaser trailer is much less a trailer and extra a montage. It is made up completely of the 4 ladies strolling onto the stage and being applauded. Yep, that is it. Fortunately, the almost two-and-a-half-minute trailer is extra intensive and provides us an concept of their jokes. Singh talks about how her mom as soon as wrote authentic poetry as she shared her experiences with informal intercourse on Fb. Surka factors out why getting divorced “is the perfect choice [she] ever made.” Prakasam notes that she retains getting in comparison with male celebrities, from Barack Obama to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
All 4 — Surka, Prakasam, Joshi, and Singh — had been a part of the Netflix deal introduced in October final 12 months, alongside the likes of Vir Das, Amit Tandon, Kenny Sebastian, and Kanan Gill. Of these, each Das and Tandon have already launched their solo specials; Vir Das: For India, his third stand-up particular for Netflix, premiered on Republic Day again in January, whereas Amit Tandon: Household Tandoncies, his first hour-long particular after a set in Netflix’s Comedians of the World, arrived in direction of the tip of February.
Women Up is out March 27 on Netflix in India and internationally.