Talking about Mirzapur Season 2:
Rajyasree: Munna’s character is very important because…
Abhinandan: Because he has no character.
Rajyasree: He really has no character, he’s a horrible character.
Abhinandan: That’s why it was funny. You don’t have to justify my joke, it was implicit in the joke.
Rajyasree: No, no, you have to explain. Hindi cinema has taught me.
Abhinandan: Making a joke in front of you is really like “Bhains ke aage been bajana”.
Rajyasree: Now you’re calling me a bhains? I’ve told you don’t fat-shame all the time.
Abhinandan: It’s a muhawra in Hindi.
Rajyasree: Either you’re calling me black or you’re calling me fat, it’s so shameful to do this to a person.
Abhinandan: Can we move on?
Rajyasree: Obviously, because I’ll start crying otherwise.
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 films Rebecca and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm; the web series The Queen's Gambit and Mirzapur Season 2; and Eros Now’s controversial Navratri ad campaign.
01:51: Borat 2
15:00: Letters from listeners
29:15: Eros Now controversy
32:36: Mirzapur Season 2
44:28: Letters from listeners
47:33: The Queen's Gambit
Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Samarendra K Dash.