77 episodes

The Right Room Podcast is a weekly podcast where Stand-up Comedian, Rupen Paul has conversations with people whom he considers as accomplished, entertaining and inspiring. Guests include comedians, authors, filmmakers, musicians, artists, actors, thinkers and sometimes if he can't find a guest he records an episode by himself. These conversations are funny, honest and inspiring.

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The Right Room Podcast is a weekly podcast where Stand-up Comedian, Rupen Paul has conversations with people whom he considers as accomplished, entertaining and inspiring. Guests include comedians, authors, filmmakers, musicians, artists, actors, thinkers and sometimes if he can't find a guest he records an episode by himself. These conversations are funny, honest and inspiring.

    76: NRC, CAA & CAB, Let's know More Feat. Sharik Laliwala

    76: NRC, CAA & CAB, Let's know More Feat. Sharik Laliwala

    In this episode I sit down with writer and researcher, Sharik Laliwaya and have a conversation on the National Register of Citizens (NRC), Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) and about why it is a threat to the democracy and secularism of India. 

    • 47 min
    75: Do this for Yourself feat Ajay Mishael

    75: Do this for Yourself feat Ajay Mishael

    In this episode I sit down with celebrated body builder Ajay Mishael and have an intense conversation on what inspired him to get fit, about being shamed and using that as inspiration, about steroid abuse, about the truth behind being a fitness influencer and about working hard to be somebody that you truly admire. 

    • 43 min
    74: A 30 Day Long Open Mic Feat. Sandesh Johnny & Bhavneet Singh

    74: A 30 Day Long Open Mic Feat. Sandesh Johnny & Bhavneet Singh

    In this episode, I sit down with Sandesh Johnny & Bhavneet Singh, two comedians from Hyderabad who embarked on an all India stand up tour by road. Together they've performed at almost every imaginable venue in the country and tell the rough, dirty and engaging story of how they did it. 

    • 52 min
    73: If you don't Mind, Stick to Coughing Feat. Satish Perumal

    73: If you don't Mind, Stick to Coughing Feat. Satish Perumal

    Stand Up Comedian Satish Perumal is my favorite comedian when it comes to doing crowd work. In this episode, I sit with him and talk about the Joker, about reading people and about funny stories of audiences that he's roasted at his shows. 

    • 22 min
    72: Put Yourself First Feat. Sudarsan Ramamurthy

    72: Put Yourself First Feat. Sudarsan Ramamurthy

    Sudarsan Ramamurthy a.k.a Soda is a stand up comedian, author and storyteller. In my recent trip to Chennai, he came over to where I was staying and talked to me in detail about dating, ghosting, break ups and about the importance of putting yourself first. 

    • 59 min
    71: Respecting without Needing to Impress Feat. Bhavish Ailani

    71: Respecting without Needing to Impress Feat. Bhavish Ailani

    In this episode I sit down with Mumbai based comedian Bhavish Ailani and talk about playing to the back of the room, about recording a new video, about religion and about addictive behavior. 

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

akkhare ,

Top class

I really like the structure if the whole episode. Its in my top lists while commuting. I am still on my way of listening more of listed episodes.
I haven’t made any opinion on the opinions in the episodes, just listening with open mind.

Anirudh30 ,

CAA

Hey dude, I enjoy listing to your show, it’s really amazing and fun. Just a suggestion from my side, please don’t go at those serious issues on your podcast, there are many other podcast who specifically cover these issues and in better way because those guys are in and out of these things just like you are when it comes to comedy.
I would like to comment few points her on your latest episode.
Please keep in mind I am a lay man with least knowledge in politics and CAA, CAB etc
1. Example of Canada was given in your podcast, please note the refugees are not already present in Canada as far as I know, Canada invites them. Our problem is refugees are already staying in India due to which there are many issues.
2. Problem of illegal migrants should had been taken care properly 70 years back when problem was identified but now government is trying to solve issues 70 years old, in such cases you cannot keep everyone happy.
3. It’s not that Muslims will not be given citizenship (which again I thought was misleading in your podcast) they will be given with proper documentation support or for that matter government has stated other means as well.
4. Yes there will be issues with blue collar workers, yes there can be issues for people who had faced floods earlier, but do you have a better solution in solving age old problem? Let the government start something, earlier government did nothing just did politics about it.
5. Tell me one other Hindu country in the world who will take care of us incase we need help? None correct? What’s the big problem if Hindus are given citizenship here without documents? They need a place as they have no place to go. Other refugees might have selected Pakistan or Bangladesh at that time may be due to same reason that there are many Muslims there hence they choose to stay there, now that they don’t have enough jobs available they want to come back to India.
6. One more point was very highlighting in this episode was, it was very lightly said that only one vehicle was torched and the police came in action, dude what the hell. Should the police wait for 10 more vehicles to get torched? Or who will take responsibility if conditions go out of control? Been in there shoes and think, how can police be blamed?
7. Then issue was raised that people are not allowed to protest, they had to go at police station to take permission, again duh! After so many violent protests what do you think should happen? It’s not that protest never happens in India, I have seen so many peaceful protest, but after such a violent protest on such sensitive topic you really think police did wrong thing by not allowing to protest these guys?
Think over it.

Please continue your show with other comedians, it’s hilarious.

Thanks dude

Smangharam ,

Insightful and very different

This is a podcast with a difference: you’d have watched the shows of many of the guests but in the podcast, Rupen enables you to hear the real opinions of the folks he’s speaking with. And both, the questions as well as the answers always ensure you leave each episode feeling like you got a new insight (or insights).

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