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Ep. 54: Golgappa with Girija Oak Godbole

Ep. 54: Golgappa with Girija Oak Godbole

Author: IVM Podcasts

This week Trupti is joined by Girija Oak Godbole, an actor who is multi-faceted and believes in making the earth a sustainable planet for a better future. She shares stories of how she had to prove herself to move beyond the shadow of inherent fame and a lot moreYou can follow Trupti Khamkar on Instagram actortruptiYou 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.आजच्या आपल्या पाहुणीची ओळख नेमकी काय म्हणून करावी? एक उत्कृष्ट अभिनेत्री, सुपर मॉम, गायिका, सोशल सर्विस करणारी मेहनती व्यक्ती... बरीच रुपं आहेत या एका पावर-हाऊस मध्ये सामावलेली.आपल्याशी मनसोक्त गप्पा मारायला आली आहे गिरीजा ओक गोडबोले फक्त गोल-गप्पा विथ तृप्ती खामकर वर.

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81 Episodes
  1. Ep.00: Intro - A Marathi Podcast With Trupti Khamkar
    • 00:45
  2. Ep.01: Golgappa With Shivani Tanksale
    • 52:38
  3. Ep.02: Golgappa With Manasi Joshi
    • 40:50
  4. Ep.03: Golgappa With Abhishek Khankar
    • 49:36
  5. Ep.04: Golgappa With Geetanjali Kulkarni
    • 46:08
  6. Ep.05: Golgappa With Rajshri Deshpande
    • 38:05
  7. Ep.06: Golgappa With Rohan Joshi
    • 56:28
  8. Ep.07: Golgappa With Abhishek Kulkarni
    • 28:01
  9. Ep.08: Golgappa With Shriya Pilgaonkar
    • 42:16
  10. Ep.09: Golgappa With Karan Chitra Deshmukh
    • 01:02:09
  11. Ep.10: Golgappa With Meghnad S And Shreyas Manohar
    • 53:21
  12. Ep.11: Golgappa With Tejus Coulagi
    • 35:12
  13. Ep.12: Golgappa With Mithila Palkar
    • 48:12
  14. Ep.13: Golgappa With Ketaki Thatte
    • 50:50
  15. Ep.14: Golgappa With Anand Shinde
    • 51:11
  16. Ep.15: Golgappa With Kavita Rajwade
    • 01:02:15
  17. Ep.16: Golgappa With Dr. Aditi Govitrikar
    • 53:32
  18. Ep.17: Golgappa With Sanket Mhatre
    • 56:01
  19. Ep.18: Golgappa With Neelima Kulkarni
    • 48:16
  20. Ep.19: Golgappa With Shraddha Naik
    • 46:38
  21. Ep.20: Golgappa With Mayur More
    • 47:01
  22. Ep.21: Golgappa With Geetanjali Gondhale
    • 47:20
  23. Ep.22: Golgappa With Tejas Shringarpure
    • 49:32
  24. Ep23: Golgappa With Rohan Mapuskar
    • 49:06
  25. Ep.24: Golgappa With Poorvi Bhave
    • 48:34
  26. Ep.25: Golgappa With Vikram Phadnis
    • 43:53
  27. Ep.26: Golgappa With Rohan Pradhan & Rohan Gokhale
    • 52:01
  28. Ep.27: Golgappa With Anuya Jakatdar
    • 56:06
  29. Ep.28: Golgappa With Meghana Erande
    • 51:20
  30. Ep.29: Golgappa With Siddharth Deshmukh
    • 56:07
  31. Ep.30: Golgappa With Irawati Karnik
    • 54:36
  32. Ep.31: Golgappa With Daniel Mendonca
    • 55:00
  33. Ep.32: Golgappa With Priya Bapat
    • 58:59
  34. Ep.33: Golgappa With Milind Jog
    • 52:18
  35. Ep.34: Golgappa With Deepika Mhatre
    • 49:39
  36. Ep.35: Golgappa With Soham Pathak
    • 50:08
  37. Ep.36: Golgappa With Monika Godbole
    • 40:21
  38. Ep.37: Golgappa With Mahesh Aney
    • 01:10:19
  39. Ep.38: Golgappa With Gaurav Sapre
    • 57:54
  40. Ep.39: Golgappa With Sayalee Phatak
    • 46:34
  41. Ep.40: Golgappa With Tushar Gosavi (Too Sharp 2.0)
    • 52:15
  42. Ep.41: Golgappa With Neha Shitole
    • 01:00:24
  43. Ep.42: Golgappa With Mandar Bhide
    • 56:35
  44. Ep.43: Golgappa With Saee Koranne - Khandekar
    • 57:45
  45. Ep.44: Golgappa With Alok Rajwade
    • 49:53
  46. Ep.45: Golgappa With Manashri Soman
    • 45:04
  47. Ep.46: Golgappa With Indrajeet More
    • 49:41
  48. Ep.47: Golgappa With Aarti Wadagbalkar
    • 56:33
  49. Ep.48: Golgappa With Anish Vyavahare
    • 01:01:04
  50. Ep.49: Golgappa With Manasi Wagle
    • 53:18
  51. Ep.50: Golgappa With Bhushan Pradhan
    • 01:01:30
  52. Ep.51: Golgappa With Shakti Salgaokar
    • 01:20:44
  53. Ep.52: Golgappa With Nikhil Mahajan
    • 55:17
  54. Ep.53: Golgappa With Rohit Malekar
    • 49:57
  55. Ep.54: Golgappa With Girija Oak Godbole
    • 01:13:04
  56. Ep.55: Golgappa With Prajakta Koli
    • 01:31:28
  57. Ep.56: Golgappa With Pranit Shilimkar
    • 01:06:40
  58. Ep.57:Golgappa With Lalit Prabhakar
    • 59:12
  59. Ep.58: Golgappa With Amruta Karnik
    • 41:37
  60. Ep.59: Golgappa With Karan And Neel
    • 01:02:57
  61. Ep.60: Golgappa With Laxmi Krishnan
    • 01:14:00
  62. Ep.61: Golgappa With Prakash Jakatdar
    • 01:05:56
  63. Ep.62: Golgappa With Mehak Mirza Prabhu
    • 01:08:28
  64. Ep.63: Golgappa With Nikhil Mahadeshwar
    • 01:01:49
  65. Ep.64: Golgappa With Deepak Sorap
    • 45:08
  66. Ep.65: Golgappa With Mrinmayee Godbole
    • 54:16
  67. Ep.66: Golgappa With Yugandhar Deshpande
    • 40:04
  68. Ep.67: Golgappa With Sarang Sathaye
    • 01:10:12
  69. Ep.68: Golgappa With Suyog Risbud
    • 01:02:25
  70. Ep.69: Golgappa With Abhay Kulkarni
    • 01:11:26
  71. Ep.70: Golgappa With Pralhad Kudtarkar
    • 59:50
  72. Ep.71: Golgappa With Abhay Mahajan
    • 53:24
  73. Ep.72: Golgappa With Vijay Patwardhan
    • 43:26
  74. Ep.73: Golgappa With Madhuri Desai
    • 58:56
  75. Ep.74: Golgappa With Durga Gawde
    • 01:11:59
  76. Ep.75: Golgappa With Ashutosh Nagrale
    • 47:32
  77. Ep.76: Golgappa With Aditi Surana
    • 01:10:44
  78. Ep.77: Golgappa With Savita Prabhune
    • 01:08:01
  79. Ep78: Golgappa With Ishan Manjrekar
    • 01:08:59
  80. Ep.79: Golgappa With Siddharth Menon
    • 01:05:39
  81. Ep.80: Golgappa With Vedashree Mahajan
    • 51:40

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