Talking about the children Madame Rosa, a holocaust survivor, takes care of while discussing The Life Ahead:
Rajyasree: Tell me, a one-and-a-half-year-old will walk around without any assistance? Won’t they fall down?
Abhinandan: It depends. Some may, some may not. I mean some of us started walking much later, but when we started...
Rajyasree: When did you start walking?
Abhinandan: Maybe at two. Before that I was too fat to walk.
Rajyasree: What rubbish, absolutely! I was walking at five months.
Abhinandan: Yeah, you were born walking. You walked out of your mother’s womb...
Rajyasree: I was writing a novel!
Abhinandan: And said, “Hey doc, what’s up? I’m Rajyasree Sen. I’m cooler than anybody else. I am an expert on everything from plumbing to coding, so don’t mess with me!”
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 Boy Erased and The Life Ahead; the TV series Bicchoo Ka Khel; the animated short film If Anything Happens I Love You; the 48th International Emmy Awards, and ad controversies.
00:01 - Introduction
01:16 - Subscriber letters
07:35 - Boy Erased
18:04 - Subscriber letters
21:34 - Bichhoo Ka Khel
28:48 - Subscriber letters
33:25 - The Life Ahead
43:25 - Subscriber letters
50:13 - Bingo ad controversy
54:36 - Dollar Ultra ad
1:00:55 - If Anything Happens I Love You
Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Samarendra K Dash.