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Listen. Engage. Repeat: Here are some India's popular podcasts one must check out

Updated on: 30 September,2022 10:38 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Nashrah Shaikh | mailbag@mid-day.com

On International Podcast Day, we’ve curated a list of some of the most talked-about recent podcasts created by India’s brightest minds

Listen. Engage. Repeat: Here are some India's popular podcasts one must check out

Actor Ahsaas Channa hosts the Dear teenage me podcast


Things I wish I knew


Genre: Self-help
Dear teenage me by Yuvaa Productions launched their first podcast in February 2022. It invites popular adults to read out a letter to their teenage selves and give them all the advice they wish they already knew during those tough years.
Log on to: spotify.com.



Digital older sisters


Genre: Personal stories
Deeksha and Krittika Khurrana offer advice to Gen-Zers about everything from skin-care to mental health on their podcast — What’s up sister?
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That’s entertainment

Genre: Personal stories
The mythpat podcast hosted by Mithilesh Patankar claims to be India’s first ‘time pass’ podcast but covers everything that relates to the Internet and pop culture. The random yet real conversations attract the audience towards this entertaining series.
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Heartbreak is easy

Genre: Relationships
The break-up story by 
Ashish Bagrecha is a podcast filled with personal anecdotes and realistic advice. We can assure you that you won’t be sitting around in a bed of pity for too long with this one.
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For your kitabi keeda

Genre: Literature
Each episode of India booked is a lively conversation between the host and a renowned author. The tales aim to bring different aspects of India to life 
and are a treasure for literature-lovers
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Yeh toh fact hai

Genre: Comedy
The Internet said so, a podcast similar to the popular No such thing as a fish, is hosted by the quartet of Aadar Malik (inset), Varun Thakur, Kautuk Srivastava and Neville Shah. This group often discusses random facts off the Internet, and turns them into hilarious conversations.
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