Son Of Abish feat. Benny Dayal & Sobhita Dhulipala

Son Of Abish feat. Benny Dayal & Sobhita Dhulipala


Look this way. Dad, look. I hope nobody notices that
I got a paratha for the show. – Shahrukh Khan is here man. – Where?
– Ohh… that’s not Shahrukh Khan, dude.
– No. Oh oh… Can you see this guy? He’s browned your white. – Yeah.
– I know. Okay, what are we doing with our hands? Are we in a cult now? Yes, this is smiling wave… Give us a free 5-star 3D. Crispy. Damn…this is tasny. Ohh… 5-Star. Where am I? Who are these people? Maybe I should just start a boy band. Call it… Boy Band. I love 5-star 3D so much… …I won’t eat it, I’ll kiss it. He sits like this. And he puts his bum
out towards the screen. I know, but what about the boom-boom? Yeah, you’re right. Thank you. Ohh power-cut. My eyes… Abish’s face is so beautiful. My eyes can’t take it. When are we going to we going to wrap up? 10 o’clock. Ladies, gentlemen and others,
please welcome on stage.. ..father of this show, Abish Mathew. What’s up? Hi. Thank you. Thank you.
Wow! All right, it’s the end of the year…. You know, it’s that
time when we all go, oh man! Where did the year go? You know, it went where it always goes. Closer to your grave. It’s true.
I don’t know why we even say it. As a nation, we have suffered
many heartbreaks this year. But the entertainment
industry did really well. Yeah. So here are some one line reviews. Aladdin, movie about genie. Kabir Singh, movie about misogyny. Wow! It worked. End Game, everyone came back. Housefull, audience did not come back. Gully Boy, Ranveer Singh with poor face. Super 30, Hrithik Roshan with poor face. Made in Heaven, everybody with rich face. Sacred Games, where the games
were sacred but the language was not. Won’t you laugh, rascal? I care a damn! May was a stressful time. 3 of the biggest franchises
came to an end. Game of Thrones. Avengers. Democracy in India. True. In the 2019 elections, Modi did
what any good engineering student does. He extended the deadline of
good days from 5 years to 10 years. C’mon, give me 5 more, I’ll do more. A lot of great sporting
events also took place this year. Starting with cricket world cup. The world cup final ended in a tie. Did you guys watch the world
cup finals by the way? – Yes. Yeah, it ended up in a tie but.. ..England won on account
of colonising more countries. I mean, scoring more boundaries..
I mean making more boundaries. I mean, they decide the boundaries!
Damn! I forgot! Return my Shalimar. And now for some more great news. India’s wedding industry
now stands at 50 billion dollars. And the biggest contributors
were the Ambanis. Yeah, two of their kids,
Isha and Akash got married this year.. ..proving that Gujaratis
conduct wholesale weddings. What did I say! Online audience watching it right now, go
wear your shirts back on as it blew off! Isha Ambani’s wedding was so expensive,
Mukesh Ambani.. ..went from the 10th to
the 11th richest man in the world. But on the day of his
son Akash Ambani’s wedding,.. …everything was recovered. Return on investment. It’s the XY gene tax. Now it’s time for the
Karan Arjun of our show… A format we brought back
by popular demand in other news. British authorities scrambled
to find stolen solid gold toilet. I don’t know if you’ve
heard this before… ..or like in India
we call it Tatti Lahiri. Like it? Or King Midas’ poop. Oh now I know why gold has slipped
down to number 2 position in the market. Speaking of toilets, my writers’ rooms…. ..says I need to wrap up now… ..so I thought before I wrap up now.. ..I will rap up now. Right? All I want you to do is give
me a beat on the count of 3. Go. Liked it! Great, here we go. 5, 6, 7.. End of the monologue, end of the year… ..end of the world is also near. We went almost broke.. ..making these jokes
but as long as you laugh.. …we’ll still be here. From mental health
issues to giving exams.. …from fire crackers
to old school dance.. ..we’re tech republic, Capt.
Czech Republic.. During wedding season,
we’re wrecked in public. The only reason you should think about… ..is season 7 which will soon come out. Look at the studio audience,
we gave them no bribe. Now why the hell don’t you like,
share and subscribe… Like, share, subscribe. All say, like, share, subscribe. All say, like, share, subscribe. Enough, creep! And now for no reason at all… Auto corrected movie titles. Happy Potter Koi Milk Guy Cars Bewdas Prem Ratan Gun Mayo Ring De Basanti Fully Boy.
Kali Ho Na Ho. Much Much Hota Hai All right, welcome back. Thank you,
my best friends the studio audience. All right, school has taught
us so many useful things, right? Such as calculus.. ..calculus… …Algebrametry.. ..and geonometry.. Tan theta.. I don’t know, man! I did history honours because of a reason. We also learnt to play every sport in
the world which has a cricket bat in it. Or India wouldn’t teach it. And the difference between can and may.. Can is the ability to show… Can is used to show ability… …and may is the 5th month of the year. So, this segment is about useful
things schools didn’t teach us. We like to call this segment.. …Out of Syllabus. And today we’re going to learn.. ..something about gender identity. So come with me for
I want you to meet someone. Time to introduce our
lovely guests for the evening. Our first guest is a power packed
performer who sang in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu.. ..Malyalam, Kannada,
Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi movies. He has taught the country
with his band Funktuation.. And you know as they say,
the party doesn’t.. ..start unless you Dayal him up. Yeah! Our second guest is
an actor who left us… ..spellbound with his performances
in Made in Heaven and Raman Raghav2.0… Everytime we watched her.. ..we’ve thought, Sobhita, that was great. Please welcome on stage
with a huge round of applause.. ..Benny Dayal and Sobhita Dhulipala. Thank you so much for coming.
There you go. Yo Ben! What’s happening?
There you go. How are you guys?
– I’m good. I had like 3 coffees so I’m a bit wired. Are you a coffee person or a tea person? I’m trying to find out. You haven’t figured out in life? I have phases. Yeah.
– Okay. So, right now you’re coffee phase. Yes, I’m a coffee person now. Right now. Thank you so much
both of you for coming. I’m so excited. We were really excited that your dates… ..opened up for our day and
I’m happy you both made it here. The contrast..
Yeah, I’m just happy. It’s a season finally so
I’m already even more excited. Wow! I feel really important.
Thanks. Sobhita, do you always speak like this? Always very poised and proper? Really?
– Yeah, you got a very.. ..school, head girl in school vibe. I was. You were a head girl in school?
– Yeah. Like in school… I was school captain and
I feel I was elected because.. …people could bully me. People could bully you?
– Yeah. It would be like an easy
run through the last year. What will she do? What kind of a school captain.. …were you?
Were you like the strict ones at all? Or were you just decent and.. See, I didn’t have too many friends, okay. So it was a great time to take revenge. You didn’t have friends?
– Yeah. Yeah, I was really like
awkward and quiet as a kid. I feel like someone who’s always
bullied in school usually there’s a.. …turning point in life like that’s it… Oh yeah. Because I was
this uncool kid in school,.. ..I just really wanted to go to a metro.. I grew up in Vizag, Vishakapatnam. I really wanted to go to a
metropolitan city where it’s busy.. ..and life is like a music video.. ..zoom and I’m looking
out a car window dramatically.. I just wanted that whole thing.. ..and I came to Mumbai for college
and puberty hit me like a train… So, yeah! Like the Mumbai local train. If you’re hit by a train and look this
gorgeous, I don’t know which train it is. Yeah, well done.
Smooth! Smooth! Well,
puberty hit me like a local cab. So, I guess.. For me, puberty hit only
at 22 when I became bald actually. Just joking! No, it’s true. Benny, you were
born and raised in Chennai though? But you’re a Malyali.
– Yeah. But you speak in so many
other different languages. You’ve sung in so many languages.
– Sing mostly. I speak very few actually. What all can you speak though? Speak, of course,
English, Hindi, Tamil, Malyalam. That’s four fluently.
– Yeah. Sobhita, you can do English… English, Hindi, Telugu,.. ..I’m learning Malyalam
because I’m doing a movie. I think it’s damn nice. Oh, damn nice?
Can you say all the Malyalam words? Oh my God!
(regional language) That’s not bad. She just said Abish is the
best talk show host in the world. Cathy, learn something. Regional So you were in Chennai.
In school you were a…. I was born in Abu Dhabi.
College was in Chennai. You were raised….
You were born in Kerala.. Gelf, yes it’s not gulf. On the gelf side. How was living in the gulf though? I genuinely thought you
were born and raised in Chennai. I was born and brought
up in Abu Dhabi, 18 years. Then I moved to Chennai for college. What college? Engineering I’m guessing.
– No, arts and science. You did arts and science?
– Yeah. Wow, your parents are really a papa.. They really let you do. No, I had to fight for it actually. I have a question.
What is arts and science? I was just thinking that. Thought bubble.
– Because we have bachelors… BA and we have BSC.
– Yeah. MA, MSc..That’s arts and science, right? Which one did you do?
– So BA.. I did neither. I did BCom. You can’t say you did arts and science. It’s an arts and science college. It’s not a commerce college. My god! – Academically, she’s really… Yeah. – Please say it.
– Oh nothing. C’mon say it.
It’s fine. No, I was like arts and science… Wow, he’s such a genius. He’s done both. Like B R Ambedkar, he had so many degrees.
And I’m just like what? You did commerce. Benny, it’s like saying
I went to NIIT College, Mumbai. If you mute the N, it’s IIT. NIIT. I’m an alumnus of NIIT, Mumbai. Why? Sobhita, you’ve never
bunked school or college. You were a good or a bad student?
– Me? I used to bunk.
– All the time? I used to jump out of class.. You know there are
some boring classes which.. …you don’t want to attend
and some classes happened during our.. Living in Abu Dhabi.. ..boys division was different from
girls division. It wasn’t a co-ed class. So, for us it was always a reason
to get out and check the girls out. So, we’d know like during particular.. It’s okay. We were not that desperate but it’s okay. You were not that desperate. But it was like you know…
There were some classes… Sociology.. I didn’t want to sit for that. I’d step out of sociology… ..find some reason to
create a ruccus and get out. Get punished for something and
get pushed out of the class and then… Then the girls’ recess would happen… They’d have a break.
It was a great time. Both of you are classically
trained dancers. You studied Bharatnatyam, Benny.
– Yeah. Did you study it too? As a kid in Vizag,
I had Kuchipudi classes… When I moved to Mumbai during college,
I learnt Bharatnatyam. And now I’m learning Kathak. Wow! That’s a lot of dance forms. For the people watching,
Kuchipudi is not what you ask… ..a golgappa seller
at the end of the food. It’s a dance form. Benny, when did you start dancing? Again, did your parents force you into it? Actually it was… I wanted to do break dance at that time,.. Oh yeah.. – I was totally into it.
My dad had gifted me a Michael Jackson… ..movie called the Moonwalker.
– Oh yes. So, it’s a complete discography of his life
and it moves into this children’s movie. And I started watching
that started moonwalking at home. I participated in a dance competition.. ..and my dad couldn’t believe I can dance! So it was great and my parents were like.. They said,
today we’re going for dance class. I was like yes!
Then I went for the dance class… …and my teacher was
like I don’t teach break dance. I teach only Bharat Natyam. I was looking at my mum. And I’m the only guy in the class. All are girls and when you’re 4-5,
you’re always picking fights with girls. So, for me, they were always
bullying because I was the only one there. Yeah. – These girls
gang up and make fun of you. Oh look at his pants, so small! They keep picking on
something or the other. Too much… Everyday this would go on and finally… …they realised I was
really good at it because… ..my teacher called my mum and said… …do you know your son is quite good. He can pick up steps really fast. And she didn’t say anything.. When I went to class
once I started noticing… ..this teacher was
yelling at all the girls. She’s like, what, you guys can’t.. …remember what I
taught in the last class? Look at this fellow.
He’s the only boy in the class.. …and he’s dancing
better than all of you. Okay, this is good for me. Imagining a baby version of you.
Small body but same face. Yeah, kind of but… That’s exactly how I
started getting interested.. …and started participating
in competitions… For Bharatnatyam?
– Yeah. So usually, you have to do arangetram.
Did you finish.. ..you did that?
– Yes. But see, most kids who study… ..in the UAE or abroad.. ..they try and do their arangetram
within 2 years of learning.. Yeah. – But my mom was particular
that I should learn for so many years.. You should be good enough to do
your arangetram. So, I did when I was 15. Oh nice! For people who
don’t know what’s arangetram,.. ..after you study an art
form like Bharatnatyam for… …till you graduate you do
a final performance in front of people. Now for the audience much
younger than this reference also,.. …Bharatnatyam arangetram is
the final boss fight in a video game. No.. Hey, you’re misleading them. No, that’s the final.. No.. – No? What is that? Maybe I got it wrong. Arangetram is split
of two words in Malyalam. Arangam means stage. Getram means your first.. ..step..
– Time on stage. – Yeah. Oh! – That’s how you describe it. It’s a split of two different words.
– Your dad was so cool to gift a movie. My dad was really mean. Why? Your dad didn’t show you anything? I saw Lion King and Aladdin
for the first time in life last year. Last year?
– Yeah. So my father was in the merchant navy.
He’s retired now. He was a sailor. First, we were not allowed
to watch because we had to study. Okay. – Obviously. No cable connection. He used to bring these movies..
Jaws, Deep Blue Sea… ..Vertical Limit.
– He liked the sea. – Yeah. Imagine being like 7 and watching .. …this and your father’s
telling you like.. …this is what I go through to feed you.
Study hard. I used to be depressed as a child
Oh shit, he’s dying. My God! – I grew up with trauma. But he got you to study really well. Good reverse psychology. Your dad is a true dad in my opinion. Look, I could’ve been bit. So, get two more marks in maths. That’s actually true. That’s how you became
a topper in everything. You had to keep your dad alive. Got to work!
– He sold his misery. Yeah! What is this upbringing style?
This is crazy. Your upbringing is so
damaged that it’s almost… It’s almost as damaged as my childhood. Like you studied to save your father,
I studied to save myself from my father. That’s mostly how it was. We have a poster of the moon walker.. We have a poster of
the movie that you had. Wait, go back. Is that you?
– Yeah, that’s me. That’s you!
– So cute! Moon walking?
– Yeah, my first time on stage. This was your arangetram? No, I can’t call that arangetram.
This was before I started learning… No, Benny, you don’t understand. Arangetram is a split of two words. Arangam which is stage…
– Oh! Getram is the first tie. Come back and all. So, I would call it..
– No, man. But after learning. But after studying. What were you doing other than just..
– Normally walking. My dad winged it man!
This was a club in.. ….Abu Dhabi. And he’s like, there’s a dance
competetion, do you want to go? I said I don’t know, papa. And then finally,
he’s like I’ve entered your name. I was like why do even you ask me? Finally I went on stage… ..and I danced.
I was 4 or 5 at that time… ..and you know I was kind of..
– That’s so sweet. Cute for people to watch
this kid do the moonwalk on stage. And I kind of won. What? Wow! You did a proper moon walk? Like even at that time
you could do an entire… Wow! It just looks like.. At this point
in time, it’s such a weird photo to take. Back in the day,
there was no digital photo. – Yeah. Whatever.. That’s the photo.
– Yeah. This looks like a kid who
really wants to go to the bathroom. Papa, please let me go! We have a poster of the moon
walker movie that your father.. …had gifted you, right?
-Exactly. It’s an anthology..
– So sweet. That is what changed you and got
you interested in dancing. – Completely. And you said break dance but
your parents heard Bharat Natyam. No! My mum wanted only Bharat Natyam. She was a Bharat Natyam dancer herself. That’s where it comes from. She raised me to like
learn music and dancing. Benny, you extensively.. ..work with A R Rahman a lot. You’ve done so many songs
even in Bollywood. How did.. How did you meet A R Rahman? When I was studying in 12th,.. ..we had an English professor Mr Rana.. He’s no more now.
He was kind of like one of… Pretty much the entire
school loved him as… ..our favourite because
he was really chilled out! He was a really sweet
guy and he used to like.. He said, I’m into numerology
and I asked what’s that. For the first time and he was like.. Just tell me your birth
date and birth year.. ..and I’ll tell your numerological number. So, he figured my number out and then… …said.. ..all these years you’ve been
singing and dancing at the annual day. What’s your plan now? I said sir, to be very honest.. …I want to become a singer. I really want to sing for movies.
It’s like a big wish. And he asked so what’s your plan? After this,
where do you plan to go to college? I’m aiming at Chennai. Don’t worry, man. I think you’ll meet that guy.
I asked who. That A R Rahman fellow.
You’ll meet him. A R Rahman fellow! He said it that way.
Exactly that way. You’ll meet that guy, man.
A R Rahman. For sure and it happened
exactly like that. How long did it take from then? Probably 4-5 years. In 4- 5 years?
– Yeah. That’s cool.
– Because I was 17 when I was in college. When I met A R for the first time,
I was 22. Okay, you met A R Rahman
at that point of time. And what was the first interaction?
Was it for an audition or did you… No, basically I had… …gone to a lot of
composers to get work… ..and so many people said
have you even heard your voice? Which actor’s face will this voice suit? Really? – I had people say that to me. I was really young also.
It was not a completely matured voice. But you know it was kind
of rude to say the way they said it. But you know..
– Kind of! In that situation,
it could break someone down completely. I think it just made me crazier. So.. – Made you crazier?
– I was like.. ..I’m somehow going
to get this done for me. I’m somehow going to find myself in this.. ..field but then I tried
and nothing worked out. Then I took up a job as an HR. Oh okay. – The fun part is…
I still remember, I joined.. ..on September 3rd 2006… ..and I met A R September 6th 2006. Like 3 days from joining! And I got a call and I was
pissed at that call from his manager. He’s like,
is that Benny Dayal and I was like yes.. Today 9 o’clock please come for recording.
A R Rahman studio. I’m like what and I cut the call. The manager called me back. He’s like we’re really calling
from the A R Rahman studio. Please come at 9.
You have a recording today. Please come. It was a chorus recording and I met A R. And sitting on the couch waiting for him.. …to brief us what we had to do. I was thinking what do I call him. A R? Rahman? Or do I call him sir? I was like..
I didn’t know what to do and he came.. He walked in and asked how are you, man? I’m okay, sir. Immediately this is what’s coming out.
– It came. Sir came automatically. You know that respect and admiration. It just worked out that way and
that’s how I met him for the first time. Do you call him A R now? Rahman? – No, it’s always sir. It’s always sir?
– Yes. Oh nice! – You moved
to Mumbai for college… ..when you had 2 trams,
train hitting you.. No, train hitting happened during college. During college, when you came to
Mumbai and moved in completely.. – Yeah. But for the acting as a passion… Did you go for a lot of auditions
back in the day or did you just.. Was acting something
that came to you as a… …thing you wanted to do after? I mean I didn’t ever thing
the entertainment industry was like.. …a prospective career.. …option. It never occurred to me. Okay. I really enjoyed studying. I loved school and college.
I loved it. And I thought I’d do
something in that zone. I enrolled in my masters.. ..but at the end of college
after my board exams.. ..I took part in this pageant audition.. …because honestly I just
wanted to be cool in my group. Hey, I get to be quiz
captain and I can do this. Quiz captain also! I think I just wanted a little bit of… That adulation… ..but at a kiddy level.
I wasn’t thinking long.. Professional, yeah…
– Yeah and.. …I cleared one audition
and I thought I’ll do one more round. And then one more round and one more. Then I ended up… ..being part of Femina Miss India.. I won that year and I was like I’m shook!
What do I do now? Because it was super awkward. I’m on
stage and my parents are sitting there… I’m on stage. The event is over. My dad is super awkward
because they think like.. They don’t know.
It’s never discussed or addressed. Randomly. It’s like what
are you doing for summer vacation? I’m going to painting class.
I’m going to Miss India. That weird! And I’m on stage, my parents come.. My dad is like.. Congratulations, car is in the basement. And he left. He didn’t say congrats, you did great?
– He said congrats… Congratulations. Car is.. He just left. Denial. Yeah. It was yeah..
So then… But you know what I just
found it cool and exciting.. ..at that age. I didn’t really
understand it or know much of it. Right. And then I bought magazines… ..and I thought fashion was cool. Modelling is cool.
And I was like I’m going to be a model. So, I enrolled in masters.
I was doing my masters at that time. And I was modelling. At the same time? Yeah but then you know the thing is.. I liked something about
it but I didn’t also.. ..know where I belonged.
– Right. There were some parts of it I enjoyed. The whole like..
I don’t know just.. Just the bit of adoration.
– Yeah correct. Or just like the girl part of me… ..which I didn’t really..
I wasn’t really that person. And I think I enjoyed it
but I couldn’t belong with it. So I was figuring out that
phase and I gave myself three years. And my parents were like
you’re punching below your weight. If you were a dumb person,
you could’ve done this. Wow! Dude, I’m telling you
your childhood had so much PTSD.. It’s amazing!
A war veteran looks at you and says.. ..buddy your life is more fucked up. No but see that’s the thing.
I really liked studying. And this was new and the
newness of it excited me… ..and I wanted to know more of it. I wanted to explore it. So, in that phase I did hundreds
of auditions. I learnt Hindi. Yeah. You learnt Hindi.
How good and bad is your Hindi? Now I’m fine. Yeah, I’m a good student. Like when I learn something,
I’m like fully.. Did you also learn for fashion?
Cat walk… Take 30 degree angle with the left leg… 30 degree angle with the potty leg. I need to go tan theta back. You know tan theta..
You walk walk then turn around. And then you turn around again. I’m playing with you and then you go back. Did you actually watch
videos and be able to.. Were you studious about modelling also? Yes? – I mean how else do I learn?
– This is perfect! Yes! Perfect with your role
in Made in Heaven also. Yeah. – Yeah, but then I feel.. ..like emotions are universal. There are only so many
emotions everyone goes through… ..and we all have banks
of emotions in our.. ..mind and you just have
to channelise that and… Yeah! Sorry. No that’s so deep. Listening to these deep things right now,
people are like.. ..wow this is.. I just remembered that you
asked if I did a lot of auditions. Yeah. – Yeah. It’s good. So you’ve given
a lot of auditions in your life. The one with Anurag
Kashyap is the one that.. ..got you happy or sad.. I did a lot of auditions for ads.. ..and I was just..
That was a phase I was figuring it out and I got called for
my first film audition… ..but I didn’t grow up wanting
to be an actor in this field. But I still liked…
It was a confusing phase. So, halfway through that audition I knew.. ..okay I really like this and
this is my calling. I just didn’t know. Oh you just didn’t know.
– And I didn’t know it was.. ..his movie who the actors are..
I had no clue. I just.. After the audition,
I leave for home.. …I get called back and he’s
in front of me and I’m just like… I know you! I’m like freaking out,
having a melt down because.. ..I think he’s great. He’s fantastic. Right. – He has such
a great sense of self… ..both as an individual
and a story teller. – Right. So, I was super excited about it. It means a lot to me. It was character
building that whole experience with him. You’re also like a huge.. You read and gulp down
books as fast as possible. You’re a voracious reader, right?
I mean… I like to read. Reading I did
as a kid because I was just very quiet… ..and that was my escape.
That was where I lived, in books.. Oh nice! Is your favourite
series Harry Potter? Or any other..
– My phone’s got a Raven claw. Don’t judge. Are you a raven claw?
– So, I did the Potter more test. Yes, correct.
– Have you done the Potter more test? No. – You’ve not..
– Have you guys done the Potter more test? Oh yes!
– I’ve not.. …watched Harry Potter, Game of Thrones.. What? – I’ve not watched.. Benny! What is that other one?
– You’re losing them. It’s okay. I know… Why haven’t you seen?
Is it a choice or upbringing? What is it?
– Actually you know.. ..I’ve had this issue.. ..in life where I go opposite everything. Like for me, everyone’s like.. Did you see Harry Potter? Read the book and I’m like.. No, man, I’ve not.
I’ll be like.. What is that Game of Thrones… Breaking Bad? No, I don’t watch it. So, it was like,
all the time anything was like… It’s anti system or something. Yeah, you’re anti..
Anything that’s viral, you never watch. Facebook was the same thing with me. Facebook was a really hilarious
story for me. Everyone’s like… ..bro, you got to be on Facebook. I went to a club once
when I was with my friends. We were dancing and having
a great time and this.. …one girl comes and starts.. ..I like the way you
move and I’m like thank you. She’s like are you on Facebook? I’m like no I’m not on Facebook. Okay then I cannot be friends with you. I’m like what?
It was like that. That made me even more crazy
I should not be on Facebook. Then my friends got me really smashed.. I think she meant we
can’t be friends on Facebook.. No, we can’t be friends at all… ..if you’re not on Facebook.
That’s what she said. Wow! That’s a weird person.
– Yeah. Sounds like a bot.
– But anyway.. Sounds like a bot.
I can’t be friends.. Confirm that you’re human being. Put captcha code. And then my friends got me
smashed and tried putting me on.. Then my songs were getting
well known at that time. And somehow the administrator
sent me a mail saying… …your name matches with a celebrity.. ..so your account has been blocked. And I was like wow! I never wanted to be on Facebook. Did you ever find out
who that celebrity was? No. Benny Dayal, guys! That’s the joke of it. Very good. You’re also a poet though. And something that you don’t..
– Poet is a big thing please. No, I mean write.
I scribble. You scribble. But you’re a…
Okay. Sobhita, I think I’ll
out on a limb and say that… ..you’re extremely talented
and you undersell yourself. Like as everything else that you do.. Can I say something? – Yeah.
– In life.. ..I just feel like
there are so many people… So many things and places
are amazing and incredible… ..that I feel damn small.
It’s like.. Say we’re out in Ladakh.
– Yeah. There’s like this big ass..
Can I say Ass? Yeah. – Big ass mountain.. ..and you’re standing in
front of it and you feel so tiny. That’s how I want
to feel in front of life. I want to be defeated by great things. I want to feel small. That is such a huff a puff thing to say.
– That is awesome! We’ve done a lot of shows.
Like I’ve done a lot of shows. We both did a show together
in the same college. Funktuation was performing. We…Usually shows go well. But some shows get fucked up weird. Which is the weirdest
show you’ve ever done? Weirdest one was recently… Recently it happened.
It was in.. ..outskirts of Kolkata.
– Okay. So, you know we played like for 2 hours… ..and these guys booked the
gig with my manager they said.. ..the show will start only post 12 AM. Okay. And then she corrected it 12 PM afternoon. 12 AM? Okay, midnight. Yeah midnight. And the show started at 2. In the morning?
– Yeah 2 AM it started. Because they like to party hard
and have a great time. Okay, great man. They were having a great time.
A perfect 2 hour set. It went really well. And I finished the show
and said thank you bye.. ..and I left and the last piece
music is still playing the band is.. Yeah.. – Killing the last.. ..12-16 bars and then they
have a nice big bang ending.. ..and I’m already walked out
and the band finishes completely. So, I finished.. I took the car and I left and
I do that because I don’t have to.. We give pictures to the student body.. Right. Kids working very hard
on the audio visual team… They all come and take
pictures prior to the show. All that’s done. We finish, we take the car and leave. As I’m reaching the hotel,
my manager gets a.. …call from the band saying.. …these guys are not letting us go. I’m like what? I’m like how can that be? No, they apparently want Benny
to come back and sing two more songs. And then Shemankhani my manager.. She’s from Kolkata.
– Right. So, she stared talking
to these guys in Bengali. Back and forth something was going on. And finally she said Benny
this is getting like really crazy. And she was yelling I told you we
don’t want to do these late night shows.. ..because you guys get
too drunk and then you.. ..act very adamant and stuff.
This is going on throughout. And finally I had to go
back and it was around 5 am. You went back to perform?
– No not to perform. I said I won’t perform. I’ll get on the stage.. ..and say thank you so much.. I’m sorry you guys didn’t
understand I said thank you. I’m done with the show… ..and said goodbye. But thank you so much
for hosting us very kindly. I got down, got the man.. ..walked out. It was really bad because
they closed the gates of the college. They didn’t let the man leave.
There was like a huge crowd…. ..that surrounded my
band completely keeping them.. It was like holding them at ransom. It’s the first time someone
in Kolkata actually did some work. I was just surprised,
someone actually put together and said.. ..we will do some work
by not letting you guys.. Asked you for more work.
– Yeah. I’ve got some gifts for
you which I want to give you. I think it’s something you might enjoy. From the entire team of Son of Abish.
It’s kind of a gift we give you. It’s under my desk.
I’m going to… ..start with Benny’s gift.
Sorry Sobhita’s gift. – Oh wow! There you go. It’s a box with a ribbon. That’s so cool.
Thank you. Thank you. There’s nothing inside. It’s just that but you can open it up. Can I?
– Yeah, here you go. Don’t worry nothing’s going to pop out. We got…
– What? We got you… – Okay Harry Potter font… I don’t know if you can see… It says Miss S Dhulipala.. …the couch on the Son of Abish set… ..above the habitat, Khar, Mumbai.
How cool! So cool! – It’s like a
letter you get in the beginning.. ..and we go you some books because
they’re your best friends. – Books! This is so nice and thoughtful. Oh thank you. – Thank you. Hey! – I love it. And for Benny, we’ve got not a box. Well, technically it’s a…
You can guess what this is. A frame of him! We’ll gift him a frame of him? Of Benny standing Benny! Benny, this is for you.
I would like to… There’s Bukowski! I love Bukowski..
Sorry. Yes, great. Yeah, yeah. Go for it. No, what are the books
you like out of these? You opening a gift is like someone baking. You have to watch it slowly in time lapse Open, unreveal and unveil.
– Baking is a science. This one is for you. Oh thank you so much!
– As an inspiration that’s… ..our review of..
– Thank you so much. Of you dance career.
– That’s really cool. We thought that’s just everything we got.
There you go. So cool.
– That’s really cool! Funktuation.. Thank you.
– So sweet! Really cool.
– Inspired…. But thank you so much
both of you for coming. No she was just saying
it was such a great… She loves…
– It’s so nice to be here. She got a gift.
– Is she sarcastic? No! No she loves her gift more than you. But before you guys go,
we’ll do something really fun now. We’ll go into the games… ..and the game we play
tonight is one of my… ..actual favourite game we’ve
done from season 3 onwards till season 6. Let’s go to the games. We have to tie this? No you don’t have to tie it. You can just keep it. And now for no reason at all.. Abish on green screen. Abish in space. Abish’s base. Abish’s lace. Abish’s face. Got it? You’re lying. Did you fall asleep! Oh clapping! Welcome to the game segment.
We’re about to play clever charades. The game is called Clever Charades. A very
simple game. We’ve got 3 rounds for you. You will see the card.. ..and then you will have to make
your team member guess what that is.. …just by acting it out. Okay. So it’s dumb charades.. ..but with clever things to say. But because this is a 4 people game,… ..and we’re only three of
us because we’re good at counting.. ..I’m going to introduce
on stage someone extremely fun.. However you turn this
trio into two teams.. ..we need one more player.
Please welcome on stage… …most popular Aishwarya in.. …the world after Aishwarya Rai.. ..the best comic in
the world after I die.. Give it up for the writer comedian.. ..Aishwarya Mohanraj. What’s happening?
– Hi! Aishwarya, meet Sobhita. Big fan! – Nice to meet you, Aishwarya. Big fan of your work.
Big fan of your jawline. What? Okay, thanks. Jawline! Aishwarya was also the
writer on Son of Abish season 4. So the reason she said she’s… ..a fan is because she’s
already a fan of me, right? Oh hi! Aishwarya and Sobhita you are one team.
– Benny and I are one team. All right ladies and gentlemen,
let the quizzes begin. Your time starts now.
Go! English. Sherlock Holmes! Nice! Go next. You.. That’s tactics. Katrina Kaif, mango. Yes. Shit! Bad.
Wow. 15 seconds to go. Yes. She’s competitive. She wants to win it.
– What is it? All of that. You can’t talk.
– No talking. No talking. Go! English. – 4 words. split.
– Time in 3, 2.. 1, stop. You still got
to guess what this could be. What is it?
Can I see it? Oh c’mon! The first action she did. This is Jumma Chumma.. Wow! Beautiful. Are you.. First time Jumma Chumma only.
– Not censored. Not censored. Fuck! – Yes that.. But in another word. Yeah. – Downtown Abbey. No. – Sex in the City. On the count of 3.. …2, 1 go. Okay, c’mon! You got to remove it from there. It’s okay.
– How many minutes? 3 words. Boom, bomb, explosion. Explode. Explode, boom. Boom shakalaka boom. Bang bang. Bang bang bang. Bang dash bang.
– Hrithik Roshan. Katrina Kaif.
– Big Bang Theory. Big Bang Theory.
Okay, got one. Whoa! Okay, go on. How many words? One word. Soft. Touching, singing. From Ah to Aha! Move! Got it. Next, go. And the time is.. Stop! Done. Wow, you guys coordinated hat.
– Yeah. Okay, all right.
– This is the last one. So two all. Time.. – This is aligned by the universe. 2, 3, go. Parcel. You dance there.
– Dola re dola. Devdas, okay. It’s time to disco. Okay, good. Don’t flip it.
– Song. Stop distracting! Jeene ke hain 4 din. Huh? How do you..
Jeene ke hain 4 din. Hey! Balampichkari Hey! Crowd support.
Minus 1. Crowd support. I just told you.
What is it? Hello.- Jumma Chumma.
-Is your name Sobhita or hers? And time up.
Last up. Tere Naam, no.. Done. Stop! – Done. What cheating! – Lip shut. I wouldn’t know. C’mon! – Don’t guess. Disqualified. Disqualified. This is not considered..
– What a crook! You know what.. She went all the way around and.. Whispered it and came back. Not allowed.
– How any did you get? We got dola, time to disco.. ..jeene ke hain 4 din, balampickhari.. Wow! – How many is that? 5 To the count of 3.. 2, 1, start. Oh dear! Go. Okay. Wow! – My god! We have this. Oh yeah. Dance. – Kajrare.
– Correct How will you take?
– Sorry. Ek pal ka jeena.
– Yes. Without them also. I am a disco dancer.
– Wow! And time.. Kaho na pyar hai. Done. – Is it done? Done. – Good,
how many did we get without cheating? We got 1, 2, 3, 4. Yeah! We won. We got 5. Your time…
Seats. Starts.. ..now. Go! Basket ball. You can’t see it.
– Sorry. Sorry. – What else could it be? This is cheating. This head captain.. Over achievement.
– Long vault. Long pole vault.
Pole vault. My pants are falling. Give me these cards.
– Okay, fine. Long jump.
– Correct. How to see? What do you do?
– C’mon! Sorry. Cricket,, bowling. Golf.
– Okay. Give me. – Bird flying. Oh c’mon! C’mon! My god. Video game. Don’t flip the card. Don’t flip it. Bowling. – This is cheating. Wrestling. She flipped it also.
– I didn’t. Time’s up. Time’s up. Not bad. On the count of 3, 2,1.
There you go. Okay. What is it? Beer bong. Next. Wrestling. Wow! Next. Thank you. Basket ball. No kho kho. Kabaddi. Nice, thank you. Finally we’re winning their hearts. Okay, c’mon. Hit me. Hit me. Hockey! Polo. – Hit me baby one more time. Hockey.. Quidditch! Udta Punjab. Jenga. Next. Hit me with it. Dodge ball.
Next, hit. Hit me, c’mon. C’mon buddy.
Give me. Archery. Next. Skipping. Tell me. Skating. Tug of war. Let’s total and see. What you want… Oh no, Sobhita’s got a point. You have to total it and see. We have to total it.
– Till then…. Okay, no.
Let’s see. – I don’t think so. How many did you get?
– Wait. 1, 2,3, 4.. ..5, 6, 7, 8 , 9. Yeah Kabaddi they got.
– Okay 9. Can you tell us round
one what was the score? We got two they got two.
It was two all I remember. Round one was two all. Yeah. Round two we got.. Round two.
– We got 5. Round two was 5.
You got 5. You got ..
– We got 4. Round 3 we got 9.
How many did they get? 6. – They got 6. So.. 1 point. We won by two points. 15. We won by two points. Did we win.. Okay.. This is like Steve Harvey
announcing Miss Universe. That’s a school head girl! All right
ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much.. ..both of you for coming on the show. Thank you.
– Give a huge round of applause for him. Benny Dayal. Keep it going for Sobhita Dhulipala. And give it up for Aishwarya Mohanraj. Thank you so much for coming. Don’t go anywhere, we’ve got
Son of Abish picks coming up for you now. For you guys, have a good night. Thank you.
Bye. Tonight on Son of Abish,
we’ve got for you Madboy Mink… ..who is India’s… ..leading.. …electro cabaret disco.. ..funk duo. Now if I change.. …the order of it,
does it change the genre? Not really. Does it?
– It doesn’t, right? What are you guys
performing for us tonight? We’re playing a song called Laika. It’s a song about the
first dog in space and more. It’s like our journey to space. It’s like a tribute to.. ..to her I guess.
– A tribute to the dog in space. Yeah, it’s a tribute to Laika. Ladies gentlemen and others,
we present to you Madboy Mink. ”The world has changed in so many ways.” ”Never thought I’d
live to see this day.” ”staring straight at the ground.” ”Space these days isn’t too far.” ”You can take me there
in your daddy’s car.” ”Just make sure we
have enough cigarettes.” ”Just like my baby would.” ”Just like my baby would.” ”And now I’m feeling good.” ”Back in the neighbourhood.” ”Back in the neighbourhood.” ”And now I’m feeling good.” ”Laika, you cosmic dog.” ”Thank you for paving
the way for us in space.” ”Laika, you’re such
a cosmic little dog.” ”They sent you away into
orbit and now into space.” ”Driving home this evening”.. ”Chasing down the night light.” ”If the beats don’t come and get you”.. ”Sugar, I just might.” ”All I need is aliens.
It’s a psycho killer clean.” ”Going round in circles.
This is the heart of the machine.” ”Just like my baby would.” ”Just like my baby would.” ”And now I’m feeling good.” ”Back in the neighbourhood.” ”Back in the neighbourhood.” ”And now I’m feeling good.” ”Laika, you cosmic dog.” ”Thank you for the paving
the way for us in space.” ”Laika, you’re such
a cosmic little dog.” ”They sent you away into
orbit and now into space.” ”Laika, you cosmic dog.” ”Thank you for the paving
the way for us in space.” ”Laika, you’re such
a cosmic little dog.” ”They sent you away into
orbit and now into space.” In the next season of Son of Abish… Hi, my name is Abish Mathew.
Thank you so much for watching.. ..this season of Son of Abish.
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