ScoopWhoop Unscripted’s “Off The Record Ep.04 ft. Ratna Pathak Shah” on YouTube is as spontaneous as it can get

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ScoopWhoop Unscripted’s other initiative Off The Record released its 4th episode today. The episode features Ratna Pathak Shah and is the first episode where a non- political figure is featured.

The host, Samdish is in a taxi and interviews Ratna Pathak Shah as they ride on the streets of Mumbai. Samdish asks Ratna Pathak Shah about her career and the wage gap if there was any and a variety of other questions. The interview is casual and light in nature, with a lot of funny moments. The conversation shifts from past days to politics, to her opinion on political art and whether a thing such as apolitical art exists.

They then have a meal and Samdish is asked how their generation dealing with the relation of man and woman and how are they dealing with the changes.

Watch the video below to see the full conversation and also you can check out on their youtube channel.



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