Pallavi has performed on booked shows at The Comedy Store, The Hollywood Improv, Westside Comedy Theater, Flappers Comedy Club, The Ice House, HaHa Cafe Comedy Club, Seattle’s Comedy Underground, Wiseguys Comedy Club, and the Canvas Laugh Club (Mumbai). She performed vocal skits on Ruby Ibarra‘s hit debut album, Circa91, and has opened for Todd Barry, Preacher Lawson, and many other amazing comedians. She produces Oversharing Comedy, co-produces Resistance is Fertile Comedy, and, as a co-producer of Facial Recognition Comedy, was highlighted in The New York Times and Splitsider and co-hosts the Facial Recognition Comedy Podcast. She has performed at Desi Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest (2018, 2019), Portland Queer Comedy Festival, Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, 208 Comedy Festival, the All Jane Comedy Festival, the New York Comedy Festival, and on the Kill Tony Podcast, as well as all over the US and India (Pune, Mumbai, and Chennai). She has received the Upright Citizens Brigade Diversity Scholarship multiple times. In her spare time, Pallavi is tired. Luckily, she wouldn’t have it any other way.