The Awful and Awesome Entertainment Wrap Ep 183: Bad Boy Billionaires, Ginny Weds Sunny, and more

The pop culture podcast that isn’t afraid to pop the bubble.

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The Awful and Awesome Entertainment Wrap Ep 183: Bad Boy Billionaires, Ginny Weds Sunny, and more

Talking about Ginny Weds Sunny:

Abhinandan: She's really good. Yami Gautam, I think.

Rajyasree: Please ya, Abhinandan! She was not good at all in this.

Abhinandan: You said your bit, na?

Rajyasree: Arrey, but you can't be delusional. I don't want you to be, na?

Abhinandan: You are completely allowed to be delusional. See, we do this podcast together for, I don't know how many, 300 episodes, thinking people are listening at the other end, and these emails that we keep writing, pretending to be other people!

Rajyasree and Abhinandan burst out laughing.

This and a whole lot of other stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen discuss the film Ginny Weds Sunny; the Netflix series Bad Boy Billionaires; the Tanishq ad controversy; Vijay Devarakonda’s comments on democracy.

Tune in!

Timecodes

00:08: Introduction

01:38: Dollar Big Boss ad

06:03: Google Shopping ad

08:20: Letters from listeners

15:32: Ginny Weds Sunny

27:17: Vijay Devarakonda’s comments

33:24: Letters from listeners

35:43: Bad Boy Billionaires: India

55:16: Letters from listeners

1:04:05: Tanishq ad controversy

References

Akshay Kumar: Dollar Big Boss

Google Shopping ad

Ginny Weds Sunny

Shatranj Ke Khilari 1977

Vijay Deverakonda picks dictatorship over democracy

Bad Boy Billionaires: India

Tanishq withdraws TV advertisement showing interfaith marriage

Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Samarendra K Dash.

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