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Puri Jagannadh And Harish Shankar Have Become Tollywoods New Trend Setters By Starting Podcast

After Puri Jagannadh, Director Harish Shankar announces his new podcast 'Sounds Good'; DSP dedicates a special track to the same

Director Puri Jagannadh has not entertained audiences for years, but he seems to have found his rhythm with Ismart Shankar. Due to the lockdown, he has come up with podcasts that have excited many. Especially his own style philosophy is enthralling though some of them are not agreeable. 

Following in the same lines, Puri's former script associate, who has turned to be a proven director, Harish Shankar has come up with his own podcasts now. Titled 'Sounds Good', he has already come up with Episode 1, where he advised people to utilise the lockdown time. 'As most of us are sitting at home without work, have a look at the contacts on your phone and call those people with whom you're not in touch for more than a year' says Harish in the podcast.

At the end of the podcast, Harish Shankar shared a quote of another author- 'If you want to become Aishwarya Rai you should have beauty, but you want to become Mother Theresa, you should have a heart'.

He hoped to engage his fans through some exciting podcasts, including interviews with his friends from the film industry.

Now listen to it on Sportify or Apple Podcast. Due to covid19 there might be a surge of the incredible Podcast shows. 

 

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