Ep. 387: Feat. Jaydeep Sarkar


On episode 387, Cyrus Broacha is joined by filmmaker Jaydeep Sarkar. Jaydeep talks to Cyrus about his recent launch film for Times of India's #TImesOutAndProud campaign, his days in Stephen's college, his early days in showbiz, why he enjoys making ad films more than features, the challenges of the LGBTQIA+ community post the scrapping of sec. 377 & more.

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Ep. 233: Pride Special feat. Harrish Iyer and Sonal Giani


On this episode of Cyrus Says, we celebrate the upcoming Queer Azaadi March (Mumbai Pride) by talking to Harrish Iyer and Sonal Giani, two prominent LGBTQ activists. Navin is also there.
Together they talk about:

  • What the Pride means and how it first originated.

  • The hypocrisy of Indian politicians when it comes to gay rights.

  • How police use Section 377 as a means of extortion.

  • Why cops are given free condoms at every Pride.

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Ep. 160: feat. Comedienne Radhika Vaz

We couldn't have asked for a better guest as we celebrate the Women's Month Special on Cyrus Says. In her classic unapologetic manner, the comedienne opens up about her approach to feminism and comedy.

Some interesting tidbits from the episode:

Radhika - I think in India we have a lot of Malabar Hill Feminism.

Cyrus - Too much. Mrs Sharma doesn't have a job but has a lot of problems like her hair colour is going faster.

Cyrus - Your should introduce your show Unladylike, and it should just be me.


Radhika - The only thing India has going for it right now, is that it's not Pakistan.


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Ep. 99 feat. Writer Neha Hiranandani

On this episode of #CyrusSays, Neha Hiranandani talks to Cyrus about her plans to change the world, being a Harvard alumnus and a 'dally' girl, the United Nations, journalism, road tripping through the United States with Dennis Rodman and his playboy bunnies, and much more.

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