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.
Being open to New Experiences Feat. Ujwal Raj
What better way to celebrate a century of The Right Room than having a chat with my best friend of ten years Ujwal Raj. Ujwal is a filmmaker, educationalist and musician.
If you get to the 30 minute mark, there's some comedy for you but apart from that, In this episode we talk about being aware of the rat race, about decisions at crossroads, about being open to new experiences, about not having a job and about how education still has such a long way to go.
If you're still reading,Thank you for your support throughout this journey. I'll continue to hunt down great guests and have conversations that we all can benefit from.
Seriously Off Stage Feat. Sonali Thakker
Sonali Thakker is a stand up comedian from Mumbai who has performed comedy across the world. In this episode we talk about performing comedy in bars vs performing in cafes, about being a fan of comedy, about writing jokes for an international audience and about working with a manager while being your own boss.
Metalheads are Real Nerds feat. KP Krishnamoorthy
In this episode, I sit down with KP Krishnamoorthy who is a musician and founder of an Iconic Metal Band, Myndsnare. In this episode, we talk about exploring lyrical themes, about bass players in metal, about how Myndsnare was formed, about going to Music School after several years of playing music, about handling music differences and about making music that has a deeper meaning.
Seriously Off Stage Feat. Rabhinder Kannan
Rabhinder Kanan is a stand-up comedian from Chennai. In this episode, we have a comedy nerd conversations on writing stand up, about starting stand up as in insider in the scene, about how observational comedians are underrated, about Seinfeld and about being the only English Comic in a line up of Tamil Comedians.
Easy to Lose Good Lessons Feat. Dominic Franks
Dominic Franks is a writer and author of Nautanki Diaries which chronicles his 22 day Bicycle Trip from Bangalore to Delhi on a common man's cycle. In this episode he tells me stories from his trip, about how and why we take fewer risks as adults, about his sports teacher who inspired him and what the human body is capable of.
If you want to buy his book here's the link - https://amzn.to/35iKRmB
Projects Keep You Sane Feat. K Vasudevan
In this episode, I sit down with my Dad, K Vasudevan and talk about his Book which he wrote and published during this lock down and about getting busy in a new project.