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"tripathi" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"How are we going to solve this problem? But we all know we have to do something. And like you said, at the end of the episode, she's wondering who made this system this came while we have to live like this kind of competitive society. That's the start of the other answer, I believe. We have to ask the question to the people who rule in this world. Why are you making this kind of system first? It's too tough to live. In this society, just I believe there's the message I want to throw the people for live now. Thank you. Next question. Hi, I'm Izzie. Hoo Yun. I wanted to ask you. You said last night in your speech that you thought for so long that you wanted to be an actress, I want to know who were your inspirations growing up that made you want to be an actress. A lot. So I couldn't just want, but I just now I'm thinking about Francis MacDonald with a spoon she's amazing. And then she's doing producing, right? And her career kind of inspires me a lot these days. Speak about what she wants to say to the people, not just as an actor, you know, as a filmmaker. And Charles their own. I didn't know that she was she used English as a second language. Right? She came from south paprika. So, and then that was quite amused me. And have me curries the I can act in English or international language. Yeah, so many Nicole Kidman's. Sandra Oh, yeah, right, right. Yeah, yeah, of course. You beat several of these people last night. All right. Hello, I'm Jonathan. So my question is for ongoing. So my question is, is that you are inspired by Japanese comics like liar game and kaiji. What makes good game different from those survival game stories? Let me speak in Korean answering groups. So when you look at a variety of different survival games that are portrayed in different comics or films, there are two major points that I think are different. The first being that most participants are forced into playing the games. And when you watch Squid Game, you will see that while it seems like at first people were forcefully put into these games, you later found out that find out that they voluntarily put themselves there to play the games. And that is something that I wanted to draw parallels with. The world that we live in today, the society that we live in today, where we voluntarily throw ourselves into this kind of society. And most survival games will have the main character be a hero. Someone who's really smart and capable who overcomes all challenges and difficulties to become the winner. But I know that you all can tell when you look at the character ki whoo and he's no hero. He's not that smart, doesn't have a unique ability. However, the humanity that he has, his goodwill, and his determination to never let go of that has made him a winner, and that's the message that I wanted to throw out there. Last two, here's the first one. Hi, thank you guys so much for coming. My name is Veronica. So my question is for the wonderful cast. What was your mental process of getting into character for such intense scenes? Especially for the marble scene for JoJo or the betrayal scene or the scene where life and death was literally on the line. What was your process of getting into that mental state prior to and on set? Well, first of all, with Anupam, I wanted to I tried to become friends with him first outside the set because we need to do that to make you feel more shocked when I betray him. And so I wanted to kind of blur the lines between being onset and offset. So I really wanted to become his friend. And then comes the betrayal. However, for all of the emotionally intense and challenging scenes, we really have many conversations about them. We wanted to align on what's the purpose of this scene. What are some of the critical points that we want to hit? And we wanted to make sure that we were on the same page in terms of what leads to that critical point between us. For me, same like I just immediately became friends with him. And so I trust blindly because who pucker I'm a friend with paques, you know? That feels great. And on the set, especially on the set, we really talked about the character, a lot sharing each other about Ali. He does help that character that someone who does help that character inside if you see there were moments that this guy is not bad. That guy is really good, but in extreme situation, he chooses something else. So in the 6th episode, I was not thinking about I was not thinking at all about what I don't want it to imagine. I'm losing a friend or somebody or he's betraying me. I was till the last moment I was trusting him. That was I kept going on. I have to. That's why in the last scene, even after doing that, that was difficult scene for me. I had difficulty while shooting that scene. And once it ended, the whole energy was like, there was no energy in the body. It took like mentally physically was really like something has gone how can somebody do that thing to you? Okay, so I never questioned that just my friend or I wanted to see him last time. How do you find this guy is doing fine and all that those things kept going in me? Because he helped me when I needed him. He will never betray me. So I was kept believing that thing. And he was there. He was holding my hand when I was in the situation also. So yeah, that was a story. And we were telling a character story. So I think we tried a level best to tell it. I think. Absolutely. Last question. Hi, my name is Chicago. And my question is for the entire team, so it is a great show, of course. No. Namaste. Very excited that you're here. So of course, it's a great show. And along with that, it's also a very violent show, physically and mentally. So I wanted to know as creators, while you were in the process, what was the struggle that you had to balance between being in front of the camera while you're experiencing all these things. And then going back home and trying to lead a normal life. So what was the balance between when you felt while the show was on and once the show got over, how did everything affect you, psychologically, and how did you finally deal with it? Violence can be any kind of thing. It can not be like guns and all. It can be words also. It can be actions also. So once you know you have to live every day on the edge, then you don't ask too many questions, and I think to yourself, you just have to go do it, have a fight, or whatever. Because you have to survive a moment. If you survive this moment, then only you can decide like, am I able to survive the next one? In that sense, I think for us, I don't know for me, I was constantly working. I was studying. I was doing a theater play. I was preparing a physic for this character. So I was I didn't have the time to think anything else, except this character. So physically mentally, it drained me. It's fine because I was, I wanted to. I wanted to create something for me for the longer run. The thing I wanted to tell Korean Korean cinema or drama industry that I can act, I can act in any language. So for me, there was no option, except accepting that option for me. That this is the time, do whatever you can. This is the moment. So I did whatever I can. I never thought about anything else, I think. That's why it didn't drain me mentally or physically. Just give me more courage, more courage to perform. And to create a sense of hope, I think inside myself and through that thing, a lot of friends of mine said the same thing to me that we can do too. So that thing happened because of these creative things because of mister director Huang. Yeah. So on behalf of everyone at The Hollywood Reporter and Chapman university, I want to thank Wang dong yuck, Lee cheung je, Jung hoo Yun, parque su, and Anupam tripathi. This has been an honor to have you all here. Thank you so much. Thank you. Wow. Thank you. Thank you for coming. Thank you. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute more to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or your podcasts app, and to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash stop feinberg. Until next time, thanks for joining us..
"tripathi" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And we are recording this very special episode, the first of the 2021 2022 ME season. In front of several hundred members of the Chapman community, here at the university of solino theater on this podcast, I'm usually joined by one guest, but for this episode, I'm about to be joined by 5 guests, all of whom are visiting the United States from their homes in South Korea and who are at this moment among the most famous people in the world, thanks to their involvement with Squid Game, a 9 episode Korean language, dystopian drama, about financially strapped Koreans who enter a competition to win 45.6 billion won. The equivalent of 38 million U.S. dollars. Only one person will win. The others it turns out will pay with their lives. Back in 2018, Netflix chief Ted sarandos said, quote, the exciting thing for me would be if the next Stranger Things came from outside America. Right now, historically, nothing of that scale has ever come from anywhere, but Hollywood. Then came Squid Game. According to the BBC, quote, not since Stranger Things or Game of Thrones has a show had this kind of pop cultural footprint. Squid Game has achieved global mainstream visibility in a way that arguably no other non English language film or TV show has ever managed close quote. Specifically, Squid Game is Netflix's most popular television show ever. After dropping on September 17th, 2021, it took just 17 days for it to become the streamer's biggest series ever with 111 million global fans. And within 28 days, more than 1.65 billion hours of viewing. And of course, the numbers have only grown since. It is massively popular in South Korea, but even more impressively it is comparably huge all around the world. And as far as awards recognition, it won the best breakthrough long form series, Gotham award, and a special AFI award. It became the first non English language show to receive a best drama series critics choice award nomination, a best drama series producers Guild Award nomination and a best ensemble of a drama series sag award nomination and it is poised to become the first non English language show to ever receive a best drama series Emmy nomination too. I want to thank everyone who helped to make tonight possible, especially from Netflix, Kelly kaden, as well as Ted sarandos, Lisa Taylor. And I'll Washington my all Lawrence and Bella baharia from Chapman dodging Stephen Galloway, as well as Kenya Suarez, Matt mazer and Travis Knox. And from The Hollywood Reporter, my producer, Matt whitehurst. And now, without further ado, will you please join me in welcoming from the cast of Squid Game. He plays Ali, Anna palm tripathi. Thank you for that. Thank you. Next, he plays seng Wu, please welcome parke su. So come here. She is saved. Please welcome. Chung Ho yoon. He plays guillain. Please welcome Lee cheung je. And last but certainly not least, he is the creator, as well as the writer and director of every episode and the EP of Squid Game, director Wang dong yuck. Thank you. Thank you all so much for coming. It's an honor to have you. And I think that you could tell our students are very excited to have you as well as may I add the wonderful Haley Jung who is going to be helping us translate tonight. So thank you, Haley as well. So before we go any further, we need to just take a moment and congratulate two of our guests here who last night found out that they have to check some baggage on the way home. Because at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, they won best actor in a drama series. And best actress in a drama series. Now, of course, most of our conversation is going to focus on Squid Game. But I want to begin by talking about your paths to this project and director Wong. I guess I want to start by asking you when you knew that you wanted to become a writer and director. When I decided to want to be a film director. I think it was like a 1993. When I was in my senior year in college, in Seoul, one day my mom brought a second hand to use the camera video camera, putting the VHS tape in it, she said, I'm going to have a class for the housewives for the videotaping. I said, oh, yeah, it's cool. And I was just watching her doing it. And one day, she recorded something on the camera and played in the TB. And it looks kind of cool. And so I thought, well, maybe I'll try that. So I still the camera. I'm bringing it to the school. I started shooting the lives indeed the college campus. And there was a start. It was quite fun to do it, you know? So I found it something interesting there. Now, were you raised on both Korean movies and Hollywood movies or just one sort or the other? Another answer for the first question. I have two years spending my life in college. I was like a struggling to find I'm going to do in my future after graduating, and I didn't have any answer, because I participate in the student movement for a few years. I was a very activist in debt, and after the Soviet Union collapsed, we had no way to go. So I took a year off from the college and I started watching a lot of videotapes. I think I watched a three films a day every day. So I have a few months. I watched almost like a thousand films. And I was very interesting. It was not just killing time. There was something in it to drag me into that wall. Right. So that was about time to think about it. Now, we're going to talk about the work that each of you did that led to Squid Game. And again, just director why I want to start with you. You're directorial debut, my father came out in 2007. Then you had some period of challenges, which we're going to talk about. I don't want.
"tripathi" Discussed on Importance Of Questions- Quora
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"tripathi" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Back into this, Uh, Daniel Horowitz expose. I guess you'd cause you're sharing with us straight up empirical evidence off the streets of India. Well, that's India. That doesn't matter. Well, human biology, human biology. As a matter of his Indian matter if it's Indiana. Okay, let's get back into this piece. This comes off the blaze title. The unmistakable I've ever met in miracle. In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to the state of Uttar Pradesh. I'm not going all the way back through everything we've covered so far, but it's uh Uh, Despite its size, it's roughly 73% of the United States population. Ah! And, uh, I ever met in has had an amazing effect in this community. Last year, the northern state of Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh began dispensing ever met and liberally encouraging people to take it early on and even preventatively. Uh, according to something called trial site news they reported earlier this year by the end of 2020 Utter Pradesh, which distributed free over, um acting from home for home care, and the second law had the second lowest fatality rate in India. 0.26 per 100,000 residents in December, only the state of Bihar 128 million residents was lower and it to recommended Ivor Mactan. You get that stuff across the counter over there. As you can see, Covid has been dead and over produced with the exception of very brief six weeks bike in early spring. Doesn't the media like to tell you India is overwhelmed with cases? Really? Under protest likely would have been the first world experiment. Of what a given area would look like it looked like have they been taking over Mactan from day one before before wave hit. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of seasonal migrants fled Mumbai. And other big cities when the Delta wave hit and all settled back in their villages in utter Pradesh, giving them the same spike that every other state got because those people We're not on I ever met him. As the AP reported in mid April, during the surge of in utter Pradesh, many of these seasonal workers who work half the year in big cities returned home to their villages. They were likely not taking I ever met him. Again. It's It's got to be that you take it and you take it in the proper dosage. That's it. If you're not doing that there's no data to be had. But when the state began distributing the drug to everyone cases plummeted quicker and sharper than anywhere else we've seen in the world than anywhere else we've seen in the world and the gains have held for months with record low cases. Indian doctor with some name I can't pronounce Doctor Syria can't Tripathi. I think it is head of respiratory medicine department. King George Medical Service. Uh, luck down, told Financial Express online in April that the state began giving I ever make it to everyone. Who was in home isolation rather than telling them to do nothing until they can't breathe. I like we do in the U. S. Did you know that? I actually heard that on two separate fronts. Back in 2020. I remember talking with the doctor about Can I get Uh, are hydroxychloroquine three doctors? I approached on that and every one of them said If you catch this disease, you would go home. And you would rest and you would try and fend it off. Take Tylenol. Whatever. And then if it got so bad that you had to you come into the hospital. What? Why? Why would you not proactively give me I ever met in Andrew Hydroxychloroquine. Oh, that stuff doesn't work. That's going to give you a heart arrhythmia. But that That's what they told me on three separate primary care fronts. Go home until you can't breathe and then come see us. This is disgusting. Disgusting. The state of care in the United States of America. So this goes on. They also avoided avoided the use of odious from disappear. All trials are saying that this drug is not effective for the treatment of Covid 19. Rather, it is complicating and resulting in mortality of patients as Dr Tripathi. At so many centers from does a fair trials were stopped. Also. Remdesivir, uh, is costing minimum of, uh, well, I don't know how this is ₹5000 per profile. I don't know if that translates into Brenda's super expensive I think they gave it to trump way back when he had it. That was one of the things they hit him with. Think of a number of things, but it wasn't admitted He was up and running in 24 hours. I was up and running at about 48 hours when I came down with China murder virus because I hit it with hydroxychloroquine heavy and early and I hit it with, uh, monoclonal antibodies. So this goes on. Overall, the death rate in utter Pradesh is roughly 90 95 per million people. 95 people per million people, roughly 1/20 the death rate of the US More importantly, Despite being the largest state in India. It incurred one third of the death rate of the country as a whole. And why go back to what? We started the article off with they're all getting free Ivor Mactan. At the proper dosage. So the author goes up. You will see that you know Pradesh experience. The plummeting of deaths were precipitous in India in aggregate. Moreover, while cases and deaths in recent months have generally been pretty low in India, because most people already got the virus The pandemic is completely dead and you know Pradesh. To put this comparison. Another perspective it took from May 9 to June 23rd 45 days for cases to decline. 86% off the peak seven day average for India at large. Not only the Uttar Pradesh speak earlier April 27. It took just 30 days for it to achieve its 86% drop. Let me repeat that took a month. For to achieve an 86% drop. Taking ever met. And, of course, By the 45 Day window of comparison cases, Noodle Pradesh have already dropped 98%. Today it stands at 99.93% off the peak.
"tripathi" Discussed on Grumpy OG’s
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"tripathi" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"tripathi" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"Just being like kanye west ex-girlfriends before can kardashian. it's just model. After model after model. Amber rose him on like really. And then you get kim in there and now it seems like he's going back to the to the supermodel arena. I think there was kind of like some talk about maybe arena. Bradley potentially being back together. But i really think that they were just kind of co-parenting people saw them out and about new york with their with their daughter and Just seems like they have managed that well but the reports are saying that connie has pursued her pretty heavily like this is. He's kind of courting her asked her to go on this trip to france. It's this is where they were spotted together on a little vacation was his birthday like. Hey you wanna come in this birthday. Tripathi me pictures of them. Getting off the plane Together as well. And there's also reports that kim has known about this. She's known that they've been seeing each other and her number. One is obviously the kids so this paints came in the best light. I don't know who put this story out but it you know someone from their side and it's like kim just focus on the kids. She wants to make sure that connie doesn't totally lose himself in a new girlfriend where he doesn't see the kids because the kids love connie so much in love seeing him and spending time with him that she just wants to make sure that he is still around in those moments and like it does always like. She really tried very hard even towards the end of their marriage to make sure the kids were spending time with conway and now that they're split probably makes it even harder. But yeah i i think that's respectful coming from kim's and obviously there's nothing she can do about him dating somebody else but you obviously want him to be around as a dad and i really have nothing to say about connie an arena. Like if that's what they're if they're into each other then go for it. I mean he's not married anymore. They're not together so he can really do whatever he wants. As long as he's still has a dad which. I ll be shocking at first for this pairing but then when you like sit down and think about it it makes sense it. Does it feels like the normal kind of mode for konya and arena dates. Allister's and i will say it's bold of arena today conway because i think it would have been bald for woman. Who was who was going to be next after crashing and that was going to be like how. How are you that role. If is like heavily pursuing you. You're just like okay. And if you have no early with kim yet then. I guess but i would be terrified. I'll be like. I can't date kim kardashians ex husband and i might be wrong on this but i feel like she does have relationship with the card ashes a little bit. I don't know everybody. Does i feel like. I've seen her at present at parties and whatnot. That they've hosted. Maybe you could probably truly say that about anyone. Do you think that. I can't stop staring at your boobs. Don't apologize. but they're really just out and popping today that look great. Thank you thanks. It make you uncomfortable. No but sometimes. There's little baggies like i. I i know feel bad. Well we're at work. Yes so and it's summer and it's like god it's hard it's like the the women out there you know you'll feel me if you're like your boobs on the bear side like sometimes it's really hard in the summer because you're sweating your ass off but you wanna wear smaller tops. You'd buy you're like no. That's the plan. Myself is a peer. That's awesome. hey. I got a brain anyway. What was i asking. Do you think that kim that this is like a little bit of a relief for kim. The connie as doing this first step she can just be like. He started dating young now. The pressure's off of me. Absolutely the best case scenario. Because i feel like it was maybe kim who ended the marriage. And that's vibe. I'm getting we don't cry. Sure would ever know what the narrative would be if it was like kim. They're like oh kim's some big new relationship. I bet it's both i bet she's like oh damn he started dating already also up all right gives me or is open free rein. Let's see kim's gonna end up with not a hood lee. Anybody truly could be anyone. I have no idea no idea. I feel like it could just end up being some like mega yacht. Billionaire guy that we don't even really know who it is. Or like i just i have no idea someone in the business world and the tech world or she could be dating wants to focus on herself. Yeah i have no idea. I would love to see like the messages kim kardashian gets from like regular people but maybe other celebrities or other people athletes singers song. Whatever who like try and slide in with kim. Do you think anybody's even bolden. Yeah yeah i do. I definitely do think there's gotta be you got to make a star. yeah drake. let's get three came out there. Come on get the drama. We want drake. And kim re honest they sap drake's probably torn up about that. Get with kim. Make it a public thing. Drake and kim is a great pair. It is drama. The drama will be good interesting. Something to think about it upon i really. I have no idea. We'll have to say it's yeah. I know i'm excited to see. You would like candiates okay. Yeah he's he's out there. He's dating had a nice birthday. Is like a weird. Everybody was posing posting for his birthday to you could kind of tell kim's like hbd. Happy bidet kept short yeah also she probably knew he was on vacation france like come on and to put something out there but not be like oh my god love you so much father. My children like this whole thing. It was like very very standard chloe's birthday posts for connie was very nice. I know i was like oh. That's so sweet. Yeah good picture yes. It was really great news telling me amazing news. Our team. Let me know the redwoods. Yuck to ano hell. Yeah they start. 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"tripathi" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"It also supports the whole breadth of people that are impacted not just You have to wait until a couple of people will get loud about it. But it's definitely gonna Impact more than just the people that are speaking up. Yeah it's like got idea the thing that teachers always say where it's like. Please always ask her question. Because if you have that question everyone probably a lot of people probably have that question. But they're too scared to ask and it's like that's a lot of things are in humanity is just. There's a lot of people just putting up with it and there's a couple of people who can't put up with it they like physically can't and so they're the ones that make us but like a lot of people's lives would be better if you just change it and that is a i want to give credit where credit is due. That is a principal from woman. Ism victoria was trying for very long time to that concept to someone yada so if you know specifically who had interviewed where they're tripathi. I don't know if there's if it came from one. Specific person or more of a collective tenant of women isn't as far as like when we free the oppress. We all can be yeah. There is an extended tree metaphor about the roots in the branches. Is it all walker. Is it someone else. Please let us know. We want to be able to like attribute that quote and then willing it in show notes if you send it to us. So is that what we learned. Yeah when we treat artistic people. S people i. It is extremely beneficial unnecessary testing people and helps us create a society that is more welcoming inclusive comfortable and livable For everyone else to yeah okay. So any extra.
"tripathi" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"But It was just yeah really because everyone thinks through math differently. Did you think pocket. Tripathi was a good math teacher because he he's very much a teacher that you would see in hit movies. Because he's his kind of mean to some of the students like he's he's chosen the one guy the the boy. He's basically said the guy he's not going anywhere he sucks. He's he's never going to be good at math and not encouraging him because he doesn't need to does like this kids. Who cares about this kid. I think the environment of the kind of the way that he will publicly shame some of his students really jarring for us because yes that is not something that would be acceptable here. And i i. I don't think it should be acceptable anywhere. It happened to once in highschool one of my Co students. I guess had done very poorly on a chemistry exam. The chemistry teacher read out her bark. Like out to the class So after that class. I went straight to the principal's office. Says that's not acceptable. You cannot humiliate a student in front of the other students. That's watching this movie. He was doing it constantly and he hit a difference right. It was hard for me to watch that but cultural difference right and i think that if if he was a teacher. Let's say here in canada. The way that he interacts the students you know. He was jumping around kind of goofing off a little bit. I think if you take away all of that student humiliation aspect. I think he does want his students.
"tripathi" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"Of at att dot com and that was has not he tofail not he from shopping teletubby but before we get to shock. And tell me we're gonna talk about y'all about he. Sanita which is literally translated as zero divided by zero equals nothing which is kind of slang for good for nothing which makes sense and it was called the new classmate apparently yeah in next kind of international releases that's what was called loku's coming to school. It's an adult so this the twenty fifteen festivals presumably where it was called the new classmate but had a wider release in indian tweets. Sixteen was astronaut yaris. Directorial debut is really the cast. I don't know about the logo with the everyone else. swore bhaskar. She was good actress. We've just we've never seen her in anything else. Character was just a monster swore. Bhaskar reassure Ratna pathak shy as my favorite and punk ass. Tripathi you might not know this. Amanda but The the older woman. The boss of spot of single mom rishard. Mac has a huge crush on her. She's very see great. So i understand that. She is great great and everything so this was a listeners. Lettuce that matt has a big crush. It's one of the chiefs of the podcast so it was a commercial success. Apparently interestingly enough because strong word of mouth yeah so did open on like less than three hundred screens in india. So not there's like. Three thousand screens does not a lot so it was a much smaller release but four release of its size. It did very well because this is much more of an indie movie. Feel yet van. A shark attack david shirt like a lot of movies. This is closer to allah cinema style. Yeah it's approaching that kind of mindy space which is jolly possibly. I think rudolph is a bit more so perils melissa's more that that mindy space of kind of The the crossing of the rise of the middle of quite parallel not quite the mainstream hindi that mindy face that sometimes we talk about so tori actually goes on to remake this movie in tunnel. And does she do royal to someone else. No also been remade amalia limit. Was someone else. Adam backwards because usually the hindi movie is a remake of like a south indian movie but this time they took it the other way round interesting. Yeah we've seen that johnny and this Ours you'd ready which became heavier saying By yet know this kind of went the other way with a ashwani tori making a hindi. I that making it in. Tom'll with a reverse and tori has got onto make barely keep. Rv one of my favorite romantic comedies. Time love that would be a and Recently ponca which is regrettable. Lead actress that we won't get into but is a wonderful Sports movie about a woman trying to balance career family nets. finally this sports actually with the company and twenty one best debut director of the film fare awards for nobody sonatine which is good. I mean i think and she would go on to win. Best director for barely keep barbie her next film in hindi a direct royal style. They're beginning..
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"tripathi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
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"tripathi" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"That's bad shanty the line and Another one what was A town of the cheek which is a faith based film. It's real harsh Joking i'm a social worker in real life. That's getting my coins. So i got a chance to play social work. Oh absolutely love that part But i gotta say will get me started is my favorite movie. Which is he says she. Okay yes i just is something about going back to what you start. Yeah i saw with me doing. He says she said it was like. This is full circle so now you know this guy is not even a limb we can go beyond. The sky is so i'm dave. That's my favorite one right now. Okay well that is a good thing. You know So you studied as spring arbor university. Yup that's where. I got my masters but my I i got my bachelor's effluents miss college which is at hsbc ceo checking out door for college. A special place to be little rock arkansas. Give out and then. I went to spring arbor university where i got my masters. I have a master's in counseling. And i also have a masters in family life education. Okay well you have a you know a laundry list of achievements and everything just doing stuff. Just trying to stay busy so i can say. Oh they ain't doing is just end up right out now. Doing stuff doing nothing. What female actress would you really love to work. You just pick any female. Okay so i will honestly say. Unfortunately she's logging here cecily tyson. Okay i would love to work with her. So now I would love to work with angela. Bassett and i would love to work queen latifah. Oh yeah. I think that will be unique. Put another girls tripathi. You will go perfect. My god don't be so alcohol. i love that well. Who's ever watching you you you see on t. Show bell the hard to want to work which to put another girl strip. And i'm telling you it will be fire our love our love. Yes ma'am and you know what after go sneak this out wanna work with canada high in the rock. I think that would be good. I want to work with them. Like a cat a comedy. Yes all girl. Yes. ma'am listen. Have you ever tried to do. Stand up no. No no because honestly. I don't know if i could do standup. I mean it'll be the favorable to try and you could always try. But i'm one of them type of people that you know what comes up come out and i don't even think for to be funny or meanwhile you end up i guess whatever and it's just i'm just silly. Yeah so. I think that's what happened. But i don't see me as a comedian But i do see me as come com. Comedic actress it then. Okay that does make sense. 'cause you can be a comedic actress without being a stand up comedian writer and i don't know how that would go. I don't know i might try one day. Just go out to some little juke. Joint as far away. The only got three people in there. If you can make people laugh right those three people we make those three people right and if you can make three people have you can make a room last. Hey come this grace speaking ministry over here. Are you working on any new projects right now. I've just finished this weekend..
"tripathi" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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