Ep. 414: Feat. Chef Vinesh Johny


On episode 414 of Cyrus Says, Cyrus is joined by pastry Vinesh Johny, co-founder and executive chef at Lavonne academy of baking science and pastry arts. Vinesh and Cyrus talk about how him and his partners chose the name 'Lavonne', growing up in Bangalore, getting interested in hotel management, how competitive the pastry school entrance procedure is, the secret behind 'black forest', what are mood pills (it's much sweeter than you imagine), and his experience at the world skills competition.

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Ep. 373: LANSO: Mumbai vs Chennai - Final review


The tournament that cannot be named is finally over, and it went out with a bang. Joining Cyrus for this week's LANSO is comedian Mikhail Almeida. Cyrus & Mikhail discuss how the final was quite different from the rest of the tournament in that it was low scoring and close. Mikhail tells us how he happens to lose most of the iconic cricketing moments to sleep. They round off the conversation by listing their 3 most memorable moments from this year's tournament.

Ep. 352: LANSO - Opening T20 matches & Ashwin's "Mankad" controversy


This week Cyrus Broacha is in the studio with Chennai comedian Gurunarayan. Cyrus and Guru discuss the opening fixtures of the T20 tournament, Dhoni's impact on the Chennai team, the effect on the World Cup squad and R. Ashwin's on field controversy.

Ep. 242: Feat. Jeeya Sethi and Punya Arora


On this episode of Cyrus Says, we meet Jeeya Sethi and Punya Arora, two young comedians (well, sort of).
They banter about their offbeat career choices, Mallu accents, best friends and Ratan Tata.

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