Awful and Awesome Ep 218: Mimi, Sarpatta Parambarai, The White Lotus

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Awful and Awesome Ep 218: Mimi, Sarpatta Parambarai, The White Lotus
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Talking about the film Mimi:

Rajyasree: But there is a clause in that also that the woman should have already had children of her own. Basically that woman has no other life.

Abhinandan: But there’s also a clause that you have to give special gifts in December and it’s called a…

Rajyasree: Santa Clause!

Abhinandan: It’s called a Santa Clause. Let me finish my own jokes! Why do you interrupt my joke? I will not let you finish your jokes now.

Rajyasree: You never let me finish!

Abhinandan: You never let me finish a sentence, man!

Rajyasree: No, when there are other people then I let you. Because I let you shine in that moment.

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 Mimi and Sarpatta Parambarai; TV miniseries The White Lotus, and The Voot Select Film Fest.

PS: Abhinandan and Rajyasree share their top five comedy series.

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Song: Jail


00.01 - Introduction

02:32 - White Lotus

09:30 - Subscriber letters

12.49 - Mimi

27:53 - Subscriber mails

31.20 - Sarpatta Parambarai

43:12 - Subscriber letters

45:55 - Voot Select Film Fest

56:53 - Subscriber letters


The White Lotus

Babul Supriyo: The Man Who Has 'Quit Politics' But Not His Lok Sabha Seat

Meri Jaan Mujhe Jaan Na Kaho

Meha Jhar Jhar


Mala Aai Vhhaychy!

Sarpatta Parambarai


Garaj Baras Pyasi Dharti

Saun Di Jhadi

Garaj Baras

Voot Select Film Fest


Muhammad Ali, The Greatest of All Time

Boxing: It Happened

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