Congress’ new-found aggression. Wali, Mir and Ghalib. Tinder in India’s social context.
Ask Aakar Anything
Ask Aakar Anything is a weekly show where Aakar Patel shares his views on topics that you raise (and sometimes on those you should have raised). Each week Aakar answers questions sent to him from across the country on subjects as diverse as politics, current affairs, sports, entertainment and social issues answering them with a unique perspective on things, the way only he can.
Irreverent, serious, insightful, analytical, funny, angry, passionate but never dull: that’s Aakar’s answer to your question about what his show is about.
Porn ban: acting without thinking? Colonial Club snobbery. Celeb-backed causes.
Is struggling important? Stereotypes in Bollywood. Mumbai, city of dreams no more?
Rahul Yadav’s antics. PM on tour. Are Indians Hobbesian?
Banias and business. Maggi in a soup. Monsoons.
Language vs. English newspapers. Arts in India. If Aakar had three wishes.
BCCI and FIFA. Movie about elections 2014. AAP’s chances in Mumbai.
Are relationships going virtual? More funds for public transport? The role of religion in modern life. Are Indian ads dumb?
Anger on social media. Creating jobs in India. Overpaid Bollywood actors. KRK vs. Yogendra Yadav.
An indian architectural identity. Nepotism in Bollywood. Cannes’ high-heels rule. Literature in translation.
Anurag Kashyap: genius or bore? Marijuana legalization. Bastar collector’s shades. Male playback singers.
Mumbai v/s Delhi. The dowry calculator. Shashi Kapoor’s best films. App only shopping sites.
Journalists and PRs. Rahul Gandhi’s plan. Indian media in Nepal. Chetan Bhagat on TV.
Selfies. Three Khans of Bollywood. Robots taking our jobs. Older men make better lovers?
Rajdeep and Arnab. The PM’s first year. Husbands in the kitchen. The entrepreneurial you. Corruption-free India.
Twinkle Khanna. IPL. Marathi films. Your local baniya.
Bollywood actress. Rahul Gandhi. Apple. Air India.
The Real Food Podcast
- The Real Food Podcast
- Vikram Doctor
- Fables at the table.
- The Intersection
- Samanth Subramanian and Padmaparna Ghosh
- Your search for fascinating stories ends here.
Our Last Week
- Our Last Week
- Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur
- The most fun you'll have with your headphones on.
The Myth & Culture Podcast
- The Myth & Culture Podcast
- Devdutt Pattanaik and Jerry Johnson
- Ancient myths in contemporary culture.