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Chapter. 02: Middlemarch With Parikshit

Chapter. 02: Middlemarch With Parikshit

Author: IVM Podcasts

In the second chapter of Lit Nama, Laxmi Krishnan takes us through the arenas of digital content as she talks to the Writer-Director-Actor, Parikshit Joshi. He shares his journey of understanding YouTube as a digital platform and venturing into creation of the digital content.How does one write characters keeping in mind the cinematography, direction and screenplay? Has the content changed with excessive digital consumption? How has internet changed this literary storytelling scene? Tune in to the entire conversation to understand this literary trend.You can follow Parikshit Joshi on his instagram handle: parikshitjoshiYou can catch his TVF plays Zeroes and Weekends here:https://tvfplay.com/show/tsps-zeroes/260https://tvfplay.com/show/tsps-weekends/374You can follow Laxmi Krishnan on her instagram handle: literarychillsYou 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.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

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30 Episodes
  1. Ep.00: Introduction To Lit Nama
    • 01:16
  2. Chapter.01: Wuthering Heights With Jasmine
    • 53:20
  3. Chapter.02: Middlemarch With Parikshit
    • 48:36
  4. Chapter.03: Pride And Prejudice With Sonia
    • 52:00
  5. Chapter.04: Things Fall Apart With Jackie
    • 53:22
  6. Chapter.05: Bombay Balchao With Jane Borges
    • 57:31
  7. Chapter.06: On The Road With Rahul Sinha
    • 01:05:11
  8. Chapter.07: War And Peace With Abbas Momin
    • 01:02:57
  9. Chapter.08: Girl, Woman, Other With Madhuri Adwani
    • 59:20
  10. Chapter.09: Zimmedari With The Band ALIF
    • 01:04:30
  11. Chapter.10: The Sound And The Fury With Ritviz And Rahul
    • 01:27:42
  12. Chapter.11: Frazil With Menka Shivdasani
    • 01:11:25
  13. Chapter.12: Milk Teeth With Amrita Mahale
    • 01:06:05
  14. Chapter.13: The Catcher In The Roy With Dr. Nilakshi Roy
    • 52:35
  15. Chapter.14: Waiting For Mother Courage With Trupti Khamkar
    • 58:08
  16. Chapter.15: A Fine Balance Ft. Ayushi And Rewa
    • 51:50
  17. Chapter.16: Jhumritalaiya With Mehak Mirza Prabhu
    • 45:09
  18. Chapter.17: White As Milk And Rice With Nidhi Dugar Kundalia
    • 01:02:38
  19. Chapter.18: Poetry Dialogue With Meghna Prakash
    • 58:01
  20. Chapter.19: The Palace Of Illusions With Rytasha Rathore
    • 51:40
  21. Chapter.20: Unladylike With Radhika Vaz
    • 01:15:10
  22. Chapter.21: Great Expectations With Bombay Bellyrina
    • 58:56
  23. Chapter.22: Aamad With Sameer Rahat
    • 01:05:08
  24. Chapter.23: Katarvel With Anish Gawande
    • 01:06:29
  25. Chapter.24: Ikigai With Molabocha
    • 56:10
  26. Chapter.25: Brave New World With Chaitsi Ahuja
    • 51:01
  27. Chapter.26: SwapBook! With Pravin Subramanian
    • 55:26
  28. Chapter.27: Soopified With Saurabh Singh
    • 57:40
  29. Chapter.28: Radxbone With Namrata Menon
    • 01:04:28
  30. Chapter.29: Monastery In A Minefield With Utsav Mamoria
    • 01:01:55

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