While reading a letter from a subscriber about the song Ei Raat Tomar Amar:
Abhinandan: You know, Rajyasree often does this. If I say something about anything like, you know, “This is a dhol".
"It was invented in Bengal!”
Rajyasree: But most of the things are...your speakers are.
Abhinandan: I’ll say sarso ka saag...
"It was invented in Bengal."
Rajyasree: Sarso was invented in Bengal.
Abhinandan: Or if I were to say this is how Sikhs tie their turbans.
“They learned it from Bengal.”
Rajyasree: The cloth came from Bengal.
Abhinandan: But you [subscriber] have actually sent a video clip showing that the original is a Bengali. So you get 10/10.
Rajyasree: Proof! Proof! He’s given proof.
Abhinandan: Rajyasree, the thing is that you claim everything came from Bengal and you’ve never given me any proof.
Rajyasree: Because you don’t need to show proof for the obvious, na? This is like saying do you know the moon is round when it is a full moon.
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 Kappela; Season 4 of web series Call My Agent!; HBO docu series Allen v Farrow, controversies, and commercials.
00:01 - Introduction
02:12 - Subscriber mails
07:11 - Kappela
16:56 - Allen v Farrow
24:55 - Subscriber letters
27:42 - Call My Agent
32:41 - Subscriber letters
39:19 - Prince Harry’s appearance with James Corden
43:25 - Dove ad
49:55 - Redbull ad
53:41 - Subscriber letters
Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Umrav Singh.