Welcome to The Rhetoric Life, a fun weekly podcast, where we discuss everything from music to books to movies and a little bit of gossip splashed here and there. If the life and thoughts of an ordinary college student in Kolkata who loves to talk (and is like *really* funny) interests you, well, you're in for a treat!
On Episode 17 of The Rhetoric Life, Nasif Akhter, Srishty Tiwari and Pratik Saha join me to discuss Hindu phobia, hilarious comments from followers, the new Gillette ad which sparked a lot of controversies, and Srishty's hilarious photo shoot experience on the first episode that's also in a video format on YouTube!
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On this episode I get three guests - Farjad Zaman, Sreyo Mukherjee, Rahul Singh, all really good comics and fun guys and just go on to blabber stuff about the comedy scene in Kolkata, stupid friends, Varun Thakur's latest video and a lot of other random bullcrap. But entertaining.
On this episode of The Rhetoric Life, I go on to rant about why college politics is stupid and share some really stupid things some people involved in all this horsepoop do. And, hence prove that I am the coolest person in the city.
On another EXCITING episode of The Rhetoric Life, I invited Vik Pandya on the show and we talk about his journey as a comic, from bombing open mics to performing alongside big names like Vir Das and Zakir Khan and being cast on a web series, how Zakir messed around with him backstage, how it's not a good idea to hook up with people through your comedy, and more! So, yeah, best click play! Find him on IG @vpcomedy
On this episode of The Rhetoric Life, I spit some real facts on how to NOT lose your virginity, haters, college life in general, and your nose that looks like a hobbit's. Just kidding, I love you (on the condition that you listen to this episode xx).
On the latest episode of The Rhetoric Life, I ramble about what its like to be short in a world of - more short people? Yeah, that's about it. Check it out if you're short (like me) or you hate short people (like me). We have so much in common. Yes, even I would click on play.
On this EXCITING episode of The Rhetoric Life, I ramble about why you might be single. I mean if you have time to listen to my podcast, you are most probably single (not like I don't love you, I do - you're amazing). Let's dig into this and find out the reasons!
P.S.: I also talk briefly about Kate Spade's death and how we need to take depression and anxiety seriously.
On this episode, I have a chat with Sabah Ali, a recent graduate and full-time entrepreneur. We talk about what one should do to "make it", Gary Vaynerchuk, and a penguin wearing a sombrero. Check her out @sabah.ali14 on Instagram.
On this episode (rant) I share my two cents on everything that's been going on with the (in)famous black rapper Kanye West and try to put it in perspective and hopefully clear some wrong thoughts that people might have.
On this episode, I talk about Marvel and D.C. (from a sensible Marvel fans perspective). And basically, make jokes on D.C.
D.C. fans are advised to watch after some mental preparation and after making sure that no ropes, ceiling fans and chairs are in sight.
On this episode we (I? I’m not sure why I wrote we, but that’s what everyone does and I’m a sheep) talk about my Uni Life, Women and how I really love them but there’s some stuff wrong with them too, and Cat People vs. Dog People!
On the first episode of The Rhetoric Life, instead of talking about what this podcast is all about, I talk about fuckall people on the internet and prove that something like this should not be in everyone's hands. I mean, THE CRINGE!