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Ep. 15: Chandni Chowk to China

Ep. 15: Chandni Chowk to China

Author: IVM Podcasts

It was a very Super Sunday indeed as Liverpool took on Manchester City at Anfield, and fairly asserted their dominance as the stronger contender for the title this year. On Football Shootball Hosts Gaurav, Karthik and Siva talk about the Premier League title race, Messis brilliance, Ronaldos outburst, Danny Drinkwaters unwillingness to learn, and of course FPL. Talk to Gaurav on Twitter sapre and Instagram gsapre Talk to Karthik on Twitter and Instagram iyerant Talk to Siva on Twitter and Instagram fickleberryhunn You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

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59 Episodes
  1. Ep.00: Introduction
    • 01:15
  2. Ep.01: Awwal Number
    • 53:25
  3. Ep.02: Ek Aur Ek Gyarah
    • 40:06
  4. Ep.03: Tridev
    • 41:47
  5. Ep.04: Do Dooni Chaar
    • 38:53
  6. Ep.05: Do Aur Do Paanch
    • 44:06
  7. Ep.06: Fight Club: Members Only
    • 44:44
  8. S02E01: Naya Daur
    • 49:24
  9. S02E02: Baap Numbri Son Dus Numbri
    • 48:58
  10. Ep.07: 7 Khoon Maaf
    • 49:34
  11. Ep.08: Kapoor And Sons
    • 48:46
  12. Ep.09: International Khiladi
    • 45:17
  13. Ep.10: Dus Numbari
    • 56:27
  14. Ep.11: Players
    • 44:59
  15. Ep.12: Yaadon Ki १२aat
    • 49:54
  16. Ep.13: Tera Suroor
    • 51:00
  17. Ep.14: 3 Idiots
    • 53:44
  18. Ep.15: Chandni Chowk To China
    • 54:03
  19. Ep.16: Football Shootball Hai Rabba
    • 38:19
  20. Ep.17: Satte Pe Sattra
    • 51:32
  21. Ep.18: Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
    • 50:30
  22. Ep.19: Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
    • 54:32
  23. Ep.20: Wazir
    • 49:35
  24. Ep.21: Nil Battey Sannata
    • 45:36
  25. Ep.22: Team Of The Decade
    • 40:39
  26. Ep.23: Happy New Year
    • 46:48
  27. Ep.24: Rok Sako Toh Rok Lo
    • 51:37
  28. Ep.25: Silver Jubilee
    • 45:03
  29. Ep.26: Special 26
    • 48:52
  30. Ep.27: Champiooonnn
    • 45:13
  31. Ep.28: Band Baaja Baaraat
    • 45:15
  32. Ep.29: Shagird
    • 47:04
  33. Ep.30: Tees Maar Khan
    • 52:57
  34. Ep.31: Rang Barse
    • 43:05
  35. Ep.32: Qayamat
    • 33:13
  36. Ep.33: PK
    • 32:40
  37. Ep.34: Aashiqui
    • 49:03
  38. Ep.35: Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag
    • 37:43
  39. Ep.36: 36 China Town
    • 39:44
  40. Ep.37: Feat. John Dykes (Part 1)
    • 42:12
  41. Ep.38: Feat. John Dykes (Part 2)
    • 40:15
  42. Ep.39: Feat. Manas Gera
    • 01:00:18
  43. Ep.40: Feat. Joe Morrison (Part 1)
    • 59:40
  44. Ep.41: Feat. Joe Morrison (Part 2)
    • 01:03:15
  45. Ep.42: Feat. Arata Izumi (Part 1)
    • 35:17
  46. Ep.43: Feat. Arata Izumi (Part 2)
    • 39:18
  47. Ep.44: Golmaal Returns
    • 32:57
  48. Ep.45: Daddy
    • 38:03
  49. Ep.46: Hadh Kar Di Aapne
    • 34:43
  50. Ep.47: Sholay
    • 28:31
  51. Ep.48: Luck By Chance
    • 32:57
  52. Ep.49: The Invincibles
    • 42:19
  53. Ep.51: Little Zizou
    • 35:03
  54. Ep.50: Football Shootball Feat. Abhishek Bachchan
    • 01:02:39
  55. Ep.52: Feat. Rahul Subramanian
    • 54:40
  56. Ep.53: Feat. Rahul Subramanian (Part 2)
    • 32:31
  57. Ep.54: Sarri Bhai
    • 35:03
  58. Ep.55: Mr. & Mrs. '55
    • 35:08
  59. Ep.56: Ab Tak Chha
    • 36:15

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