In this episode of Our Last Week, Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur greet each other and wonder about the function of greetings in our society today. People don't ask, "how do you do?" anymore, they go...
This week, our avant-garde philosophers and conundrum theorisers, Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur, hit upon a question of decisive importance to all our lives—who is the owner of our lives? They...
This week, Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur become existentialists. Life itself has become a conundrum, what with the scrapping of most of our currency and Donald Trump emerging victorious in the US pr...
The Tata–Mistry controversy puts Kunaal Roy Kapur and Anuvab Pal in a conundrum. Why doesn't anyone in a position of power ever retire in India? The old guard never seems to retire. A change of...
In this episode of "Our Last Week", Anuvab and Kunaal get a letter from a man in Kansas City who thinks his grandfather is a bad tipper. Anuvab can relate to him because his father is a bad tipper as...
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Indian LitFests Anuvab's sick of the barrage of LitFests, and how pretentious they are. Kunaal was invited to speak at a Business School but says he has nothing to contribute because he has no real, i...
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Who's the most important person at an Indian wedding? The bride? The groom? The parents? None of them. It's the uncle, the self-appointed head of all things wedding-related.
Anuvab & Kunaal discuss the high pollution levels in Delhi and the government's recent odd-even formula. Merit aside, it is the logistics they are worried about - what if a traffic cop can't read the last digit on a number plate because of all the smog?
Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur talk about wading through sewage and why this underlines the importance of education, the intolerance of inanimate objects, a desi James Bond with a network of NRI "spies", and voyeurism post the Paris attacks.
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In this episode, Anuvab & Kunaal discuss the controversial award wapsi protests. Their point is simple - "When a writer returns cash, it's a serious situation."
From loud conversations on the phone to calling out to a clueless friend in the dark, our lack of cinema etiquette is legendary. The Our Last Week duo, however, are not having any more of it. Kunaal and Anuvab have a couple of very effective ideas to get people to stop talking during a movie - these may or may not involve death.
IT terminologies meet erotica in this short clip from Our Last Week's new episode, where Anuvab Pal and Kunaal Roy Kapur take a stand against Big Data. But, the bigger question really is - how do you punch an algorithm?
Court is in the news, and is on Anuvab & Kunaal's minds. While appreciating the authenticity and realism showcased in the film, they have a major conundrum to solve: How do you make a film of such calibre. The answer, Kunaal says, is not to hire a casting director. Here's why...
"The murder? Eh, I don't watch these things, such sensational yellow journalism... wait, they found the guy who sold him the briefcase? What are you saying?! Shut up!" After a week of giving into their voyeuristic tendencies and closely following the Sheena Bora murder case, Anuvab & Kunaal have some great insights on the media and its coverage of the murder.
Unrealistic stories and wishful writing is fast turning pornography into a big bore. Can Anuvab's screenwriting skills save the porn industry?
Anuvab has just come back from Kolkata and doesn't understand why ailments and medical conditions seem to be the talk of the town. What is it with Bengalis and their unhealthy obsession of talking about health?