Taking about The Great Indian Kitchen in light of the “time inversion” concept from Christopher Nolan’s Tenet:
Rajyasree: I did not see why it was so great because...
Abhinandan: You may not have understood it.
Rajyasree: No, full I understood, okay. It has subtitles.
Abhinandan: I’m being patronising again.
Abhinandan: Like Tenet, this is also...
Rajyasree: This is also temporal, she’s gonna walk in through the other door and that drumstick will not be chewed up.
Abhinandan: She uncooks. Instead of cooking she’s uncooking.
Rajyasree: So, she uncooks this bad lie that she has.
Abhinandan: (laughing) So, instead of an anda...
Rajyasree: You sound very bad, it better be a good joke.
Abhinandan: Instead of making anda she’s making da, because she’s undone the anda so it becomes da.
Rajyasree: I’m so thankful that you don’t have a humour podcast. At one point, so that everyone knows, Abhinandan thought he could be a standup comic, but all his friends got together and said...
Abhinandan: “People will throw andas at you!”
Rajyasree and Abhinandan burst out laughing.
This and a whole lot of other stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen discuss Christopher Nolan’s Tenet; Malayalam films The Great Indian Kitchen and Sudani from Nigeria; Marathi film & Jara Hatke; web series The Serpent; documentary series Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, and more.
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03.05 Letters from listeners
18.48 The Great Indian Kitchen
31.44 Letter from listeners
36.43 Sudani from Nigeria
44.21 The Serpent
54.27 Letter from listeners
58.15 & Jara Hatke
1.05.39 Dancing With The Devil
1.11.21 Mrs Sri Lanka pageant
1.14.15 Google ad
Recorded and produced by Jude Weston, edited by Umrav Singh.