In The Slow Cafe, Neelesh Misra and singer Ronkini Gupta speak about music, life, challenges, what achievement means, and the joy of progressing from C to C sharp.
The actress, whose last release was Bhagmati, speaks to Neelesh Misra in The Slow Cafe about her influences, the things she’s learnt along the way in the film industry, and working in the hinterland.
In The Slow Cafe, engineer-actor Pratik Gandhi speaks to Neelesh Misra about his unadulterated process to get where he has, why he likes to stay simple, and how life has prepared him to handle the success of Scam 1992.
In The Slow Cafe with Neelesh Misra, actor-theatreperson-writer Anupam Kher speaks about how the pandemic forced him to reevaluate his life, writing his book ‘Your Best Day Is Today’ came about and why it is important to declutter one’s emotions.
In The Slow Cafe with Neelesh Misra, environmentalist Sunita Narain speaks about the Centre For Science and Environment’s pathbreaking research on adulterated honey and why following the trail to its logical conclusion is important.
In The Slow Cafe with Neelesh Misra, the feisty singer speaks about her early music influences, her unique voice and how she’s grown to love her own company.
In The Slow Cafe with Neelesh Misra, the ace lyricist, writer and actor speaks about his early days, the struggle to break free from a popular debut song, and finding his safe space.
In The Slow Cafe with Neelesh Misra, director Hansal Mehta, whose works are a mirror to society, delves into his early days, Scam 1992 and love for Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao.
On Neelesh Misra’s The Slow Cafe, the celebrated stand-up comedian on his early years, how grief led to humour and why he wants to gift laughter.
In a conversation with Neelesh Misra, the actress who once aspired to be a civil servant opens up about her life experiences, growing up in small town in India and what fame means to her.