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Beyond Cliché

English, Social, 1 seasons, 31 episodes, 22 hours 55 minutes
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On this show, Almas Virani: Speaker, Author, Coach and Changemaker, starts conversations around bending gender norms and stereotypes. She discusses how we have been practicing gender roles since our upbringing to following a dream. A long format show, with Almas interviewing the guest while they uncover their journey of challenging stereotypes and creating a new refreshing story beyond cliche, it is an informal conversation to sensitize the listeners about these binaries. Tune in to new episodes every Thursday.
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Ep. 30: The Uncliched Love Guru with Yadhuvir Singh

In this season finale episode Yadhuvir Singh, a Dating Coach for men joins Almas for an intense conversation. He breaks several myths around dating &amp; men taking us deeper into the hearts and minds of men and what they want. In this rather deep conversation, Yadhuvir explores the psyche of men, the scars and fears they carry, the damage it does to men, and the need for men to heal themselves.Tune into this conversation to find out about the trauma release work that is he doing with men to liberate them from their shadows and move beyond cliches.You can talk to Yadhuvir on Instagram, Facebook &amp; Twitter:Instagram: https://instagram.com/yadhuvir_singhFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/sofesticated.singhTwitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/yadhu_94?s=21" target="_bla
21/01/20211 hour 6 minutes 46 seconds
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Ep. 29: The Chubby Twirler with Tanvi Geetha Ravishankar

In this episode of Beyond Cliche Tanvi Geetha Ravishankar, aka The Chubby Twirler takes us through her fairytale life as a plus-size woman. Almas and she talk about the stereotypes related to women and body size and how parents can play a crucial role in accepting their kids completely to help them build confidence. She shares her challenges with plus size clothes and the lack of fashion choices for plus size women and how she is sharing her passion for fashion through her Instagram blog, twirling her way through as she moves beyond cliche.You can talk to Tanvi on Instagram, Facebook &amp; Twitter:Instagram: https://instagram.com/thechubbytwirlerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/tanvi.ravishankarTwitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/chubbytwirler?s=21" target="_blank" rel=
14/01/202137 minutes 51 seconds
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Ep. 28: Racing Beyond Gender Pitstops with Dr. Bani Yadav

In this episode of Beyond Cliché, Dr. Bani Yadav, a rally driver joins Almas to break the popular stereotype - ’Women can’t drive’. She shares her interesting journey of pursuing her 30-year-old car racing dream and the odds she had to face to reach the finishing line. She accelerated her way through the stigmas related to gender, ageism, and limited belief systems as she held the steering wheel of her life and dreams at the age of 43. They talk about balancing motherhood, ageism, and the pressure a woman rally driver faces on the circuit. An inspirational conversation, tune in to find out how Dr. Bani moved Beyond ClichéYou can talk to Bani Yadav on Instagram &amp; Facebook:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbaniyadavofficial/?hl=enFacebook: https://m.facebook.com
31/12/202027 minutes
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Ep. 27: Real & Reel Stuntwoman with Geeta Tandon

Geeta Tandon, an acclaimed Bollywood Stuntwoman joins Almas on this episode of Beyond Cliché. This inspiration woman has survived everything, the screams she experienced in an abusive marriage to fire burns and cuts that she had while performing stunts on Bollywood sets. She smashes stereotypes as she crashes through glass windows, jumps off rooftops and plays with swords, revolvers and fire. She is Bollywood’s first female stunt artist and Bollywood double, a single mom and an inspiration for many women with no hope. Tune into this organically raw conversation as she shares tales of the several stunts she performed in reel and real life to move beyond cliché.You can talk to Geeta Tandon on Instagram &amp; Facebook:https://www.instagram.com/geetastunt/https://www.facebook.com/geeta.t
24/12/202032 minutes 5 seconds
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Ep. 26: Boxing Beyond Boundaries with Neha Rothe

In this episode of Beyond Cliche, International Boxing Champion and Coach,Neha Rothe is in conversation with Almas to talk about a sport many women dread and her journey since she found her passion in boxing at age 15. She shares her struggle to fit into the ring as she had to battle many stereotypes being a plus-size woman in this sport. Tune into this candid conversation as they both punch patriarchy out of the ring.You can talk to Neha Rothe on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/boxingace.neharothe/You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)Changemaker Almas has a petition on Change.org where she is asking a leading diaper company
17/12/202035 minutes 43 seconds
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Ep. 25: Dancing Beyond Classic Stereotypes with Charles Ma

Meet Charles Ma, a mixed-race Bharatnatyam dancer who has broken many stereotypes to perform and teach this classical dance form. In this episode , Almas and Charles talk about how Charles has embodied this rather feminine dance form in his own style while embracing both masculine and feminine energies within. This conversation also explores the history of Bharatnatyam and the role of gender politics in its commercialisation. They discuss everything, right from costume, make up, to mudras, to emotions and the key differences and similarities in each both for men and women dancers. In this rythmic dialogue, Charles shares his journey of finding his passion and living it beyond all cliches.You can talk to Charles Ma on Instagram: @rudrabhairavaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlesma.dancecompanyYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11<
10/12/202041 minutes
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Ep. 24: Women in Wilderness with Eshika Fyzee

In this episode of Beyond Cliche, Eshika Fyzee, a wildlife filmmaker and is the founder of Pangea Films is in conversation with Almas on the gender stereotypes related to her niche profession. Eshika and Almas trace back her journey and how she chose this trail less traveled. She breaks several myths and exposes the world of living in the wilderness through her lens. Tune in as she pictures, from her lens, the progressive turn that the wildlife filmmaking industry has taken for women to move beyond cliche.You can talk to Eshika Fyzee on Instagram: @You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)Changemaker Almas has a petition on Change.org where she is asking a leading diaper company to include the father’s image on their branding. Please sign
03/12/202042 minutes 33 seconds
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Ep. 23: India’s First Female Bartender with Shatbhi Basu

In this episode of Beyond Cliché, Almas takes us on a nostalgic journey back to the 80’s to celebrate the spirit of India’s first women bartender Shatbhi Basu. From patriachial taboos to government laws, the drinking culture has prohibited women from being across both sides of the bar. In this stirring conversation, Shatbhi, Founder of India’s First Bartending Academy shares the importance of knowledge, skills and the art of mastering the science of mixing; which clearly is not gender bound. Shatbhi’s journey is surely to lift your spirits and break several myths related to women in the bartending space as you uncover her journey of moving beyond several clichés.You can talk to Shatbhi Basu on Instagram: @shatbhiYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)Changemaker Almas has a petition on <a href="http://change.o
26/11/202048 minutes 40 seconds
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Ep. 22: Daddy Files

In this special International Men's Day episode, distinguish American Journalist Aaron Gouveia joins Almas to talk about involved Fatherhood and his journey of 'Raising boys to be good men' which is the title of his book. They discuss the importance of teaching boys to move beyond stereopyes and the work that Aaron has being doing in this space through his site Daddy Files. Aaron renders his support to the petition of Almas seeking more representation of Diaper changing daddys as he believes #PapaPampersToo.You can find Aaron Gouveia on:Website: daddyfiles.comTwitter: @DaddyFilesInstagram: @daddyfilesYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on A
21/11/202047 minutes 3 seconds
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Ep. 21: Beyond Kitchen Rules

“The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”, is a common cliché, aptly suited for this guest, but with a twist. Well, he found a way to connect with his own heart through food. Meet Sadaf Hussain, a Chef, Author, Blogger and Masterchef Finalist who has broken several rules in the kitchen to live his passion for cooking and food. In this episode, Almas explores his journey of moving beyond the boundaries of a full-time stable job to taking the leap with Master Chef. Tune in to listen to this entertaining conversation where they discuss the history of how women traditionally got confined to kitchen roles and how men joined the professional Chef bandwagon. Why do we have less women in commercial kitchens, to why is it okay to let boys choose their passions, hobbies and colours; they explore several cliché with both introspection and banter.You can find Sadaf Hussain on:Twitter: @hussainsadaf1FB: Sadaf HussainInstagram: @sadaf_hussainYou can follow Alm
12/11/202057 minutes 4 seconds
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Ep. 20: Biking Beyond Biases with Anita Krishnan

The Motorcycle is her best friend and she has been on many roads less travelled. Anita Krishnan, is a Biker, Adventurer and Traveler. She is the Indian President for WIMA (Women International Motorcycling Association) and the Indian Ambassador for Women Riders World Relay. Tune in to this conversation where Almas leads her old pal, Anita through a conversation around motorcycling and how it is turning into a growing new-found passion for women across the globe. Anita was also the 1st Runner Up Ms. India Curvy 2019 and is a strong voice against body shaming. She shares her voyage of passionately riding through the narrow pathway of biases and moving beyond cliché.You can find Anita Krishnan on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sparkle_overland/Facebook: https://www.fa
05/11/202054 minutes 22 seconds
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Ep. 19: Sportswoman Spirit with Tanvi Lad

In this episode of Beyond Cliché, Athlete, and Indian Badminton Player, Tanvi Lad joins Almas to discuss common clichés around women in sports. Tanvi shares her journey of thriving as a popular badminton player and the challenges she endured post an injury. Tanvi also runs a podcast called The Millennial Athlete and these fellow Podcasters discuss various gender clichés right from terms like ‘sportsman spirit’ to why most sports are male-dominated and the societal factors that limit the growth of women in this space. Tune into this podcast to hear this woman rallying around this conversation and smashing patriarchy across the net.You can find Tanvi Lad on:Twitter: @LadTanviInstagram: @tanvilad93You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM P
29/10/202047 minutes 43 seconds
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Ep. 18: Rewriting Fairy Tales with Sowmya Rajendran

Ever wondered about the impact of fairy tales and books on young minds and gender stereotypes? Tune into this episode of Beyond Cliché with children’s books author Sowmya Rajendran to find out more. She has over 20 titles to her name and is re-writing old narratives and creating new sketches for the future. Almas and Sowmya talk about how books, cartoons, ads and movies shape gender roles and the need to change these depictions. They walk through Sowmya’s writing work and discuss her books - “Girls to The Rescue”, “Gender Talk Big Hero Size Zero” and “Mayil will not be quiet” among others, all of these titles are meant to help readers move Beyond Cliché .You can talk to Sowmya Rajendran on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/sowmya_rajen?lang=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.co
22/10/202032 minutes 54 seconds
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Ep. 17: The Rock Climber with Prerna Dangi

“Women don’t climb trees” is a common cliché, and the guest on this episode, Prerna Dangi aka The Pahadi Girl, has climbed leaps and bounds beyond it. She’s a Professional Rock Climber and Mountaineer who climbs both rock and ice, and has a very inspirational tale to share. Prerna, the expert shares the myths and facts related to the strength and muscle required to climb and her journey so far. Tune into this episode as Almas and Prerna discuss the stereotypes around women and climbing and why we don’t have many women role models in this profession.You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: <a href="https://ivm.today/ios
15/10/202054 minutes 47 seconds
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Ep. 16: Women, Love & Stereotypes

Spoken Word Artist, Writer, Performer, Actor and ex Big Brother &amp; Big Boss Contestant, Priya Malik, is our guest on this episode. Popularly known for her feminist poetry, her storylines often depict the societal narratives of women and love. In this episode Priya and Almas talk about the idea of romance and how It is influenced by fairy tales and Bollywood movies. They discuss the patriarchal view on cheating and the gender bias associated with it and also how men and women both handle break ups. Tune in as these women discuss the idea of an ideal relationship that’s beyond cliche.P.S - Do listen to the end of the show where Almas and Priya pay a tribute to the #Hathras Rape victim as Priya recites a special poem for her.You can follow Priya Malik on:Instagram - @priyasometimesTwitter - @priyasometimesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/PriyaMalikPoetry/<
08/10/202049 minutes 30 seconds
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Ep. 15: The Padman of Assam with Nelson Deb

Nelson Deb, a social entrepreneur who manufactures biodegradable sanitary products is our guest on this episode. He shares his journey on breaking taboos around menstrual hygiene in the urban and rural parts of Assam. He talks about the sanitation issues faced by women in the Northeast region of India and how he is involving adolescent girls and boys to create awareness on menstrual health management through his venture The Eco Hub. They discuss the importance of men’s involvement in supporting menstruation needs for women and moving beyond Cliché.You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: <a href="https://ivm.today/ios"
01/10/202039 minutes 31 seconds
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Ep. 14: Movies, Motherhood and Math with Anu Menon

In this episode of Beyond Cliché, Anu Menon, director of the movie Shakuntala Devi joins Almas to discuss the stereotypes surrounding women film-makers and how she balanced motherhood while making movies. They also discuss the biopic Shakuntala Devi and how the legendary math genius broke many gender stereotypes in her life. Tune in to listen to Almas and Anu smashing stereotypes in this deep conversation on Beyond Cliché.You can follow Anu Menon on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/directormenonTwitter: https://twitter.com/anumenon1805Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anu.menon.79You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(<a href="https://twitter.com/a
24/09/202047 minutes 56 seconds
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Ep. 13: A Full-Time Father with Ragou

In this episode of Beyond Cliché , Almas uncovers Ragou's journey as a full-time father. They talk about the stigma around men taking a sabbatical to take care of their children. Ragou seems to have dropped the typical male cliché on being the provider of the house and has been nurturing his daughter full time. This, straight from the heart conversation, is going to stir a lot of patriarchal mindsets around parenting roles. Ragou talks about the importance of tuning in to the child, parenting beyond caretaking, and the beautiful memories he has created with his daughter while he decided to stay home and be with her full time. We applaud Ragou’s decision to move beyond cliché.You can follow Ragou on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/GovardananeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/govardanane.rago
17/09/202049 minutes 44 seconds
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Ep. 12: Waging A War Against Eve-Teasing with Dipesh Tank

In this episode of Beyond Cliche, Almas has a stirring conversation with Dipesh Tank, who started War Against Railway Rowdies (WARR), to help railway officials nab hooligans and molesters in Mumbai local trains. A crusader and an avenger in his own way, he has fought multiple stereotypes when waging this war. Through this conversation, they discuss the stereotypes in the society that encourage stalking and harassment of women and how Dipesh is determined to raise his voice against it. A truly inspiring episode, do tune in to find out Dipesh's journey of spying eve-teasers and chasing them around in local trains.You can follow DipeshTank on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/DipeshTankInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/DipeshTank/Facebook: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/DipeshTank" target
10/09/202040 minutes 42 seconds
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Ep. 11: Breaking Parenting Norms with Aditya Tiwari (Adoptive Father)

Aditya Tiwari, a single male parent who adopted a child with Down Syndrome joins Almas on this episode to share his story of how he broke barriers and stereotypes related to adoption and parenting. Almas uncovers Aditya's journey of finding joy in parenthood to inspiring the world through the work he does with parents. Tune into this power-packed conversation where Aditya shares his unique example of moving beyond the cliche that "Only a woman can take care of a child".You can follow Aditya Tiwari on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Adityatiwari0Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/avnish.t21/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aditya.tiwari.5682You can follow Almas Virani on her twi
03/09/202047 minutes
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Ep. 10: Music Beyond Gender Tunes with Kamakshi Khanna

Why is a male musician referred to as a ‘Musician’ but a woman as a “Female Musician”? Kamaskshi Khanna, singer, songwriter and musician joins Almas on this episode and they discuss gender stereotypes in the music industry. They chat about stereotypical mindsets related to music as a career for women. Tune in to this episode as Kamakshi explores her journey and talks through her experiences of moving beyond cliché.You can follow Kamaskshi Khanna on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/kamakshimusicInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kamakshikhannamusic/You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show a
27/08/202040 minutes 9 seconds
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Ep. 09: Beyond My Skin Colour

All shades are lovely" affirms Chandana Hiran who joins Almas on this episode. Also known as 'That Desi Feminist', Chandana is a Changemaker and an Advocate of Body Positivity. This young Activist was inspired by her own challenges growing up as a brown-skinned girl and decided to campaign and create awareness around colorism and misogyny. Tune in to this episode to discover how Chandana embraced herself and is helping others to do the same through her campaigns.You can follow Chandana Hiran on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/chandana_hiranInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/that_desi_feminist/You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvi
20/08/202028 minutes 24 seconds
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Ep. 08: Finding my voice with Natasha Malpani Oswal

Women are often trying to please everyone else and rarely follow the voice of their soul. In this episode, Almas has a candid and deep conversation with TV Producer and Writer Natasha Malpani Oswal who talks about her journey and the cliches she had to break both outside and within to find her own voice. Tune into this episode to discover Natasha's journey and how she inspires women to rediscover themselves through the poems and stories she writes and creates.You can follow Natasha Malpani Oswal on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Natasha_MalpaniLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natasha-malpani-oswal/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natashamalpanioswal/Medium:
23/07/202041 minutes 55 seconds
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Ep. 07: Beyond Boys Locker Room

With the recent Boys Locker room incident in Delhi, this seems really apt as Harish and Almas talk about this issue from a masculinity perspective. Harish talks about his journey, the psychology behind toxic masculinity and why we need to include men as part of the solution and engage them in dialogue to deal with the gender-based violence issues.You can follow Harish Sadani on his twitter and Instagram handle: @sharsh267You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out ou
21/05/20201 hour 4 minutes
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Ep. 06: Breaking Barriers with Revathi and Satyajit

Revathi Roy and her son Satyajit join Almas Virani on this episode. They discuss Revathi's pathbreaking initiatives in empowering women and how Satyajit took those lessons to heart.Tune in to the episode for a truly inspiring story !You can follow Revathi Roy on her twitter handle: @revathi_royYou can follow Satyajit on his twitter handle @satya1286You can listen to Satyajit's show The Paperback Podcast here: http://ivmpodcasts.com/paperbackYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: <a href="https://ivm.today/ios"
19/03/20201 hour 5 minutes 27 seconds
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Ep. 05: Comedy Beyond Sexism with Trupti Khamkar

"You are too funny for a girl"- is the stereotype that Almas Virani breaks in this episode with the Stand-up Comic and the Host of Gol Gappa, Trupti Khamkar. Trupti shares her journey of making her foray into acting and owning her Marathi identity. The feather to her acting cap is her funny bone. Are there clichés around women who occupy the stage of comedy?Tune in to episode to laugh with Trupti as she reveals her funny bone!You can follow Trupti Khamkar on her instagram handle: @actortrupti(https://www.instagram.com/actortrupti/?hl=en)You can listen to Trupti's show Gol Gappa here: https://ivmpodcasts.com/gol-gappaYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(<a href="https://twitter.com/almasvirani11" target="_blank" rel="noopener norefe
12/03/202045 minutes 25 seconds
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Ep. 04: Fitspiration Beyond Femininity with Jyoti Solanki

"Women should not have muscles but size zero chalega"- this is the cliché that our guest Jyoti Solanki, a Fitness Model tries to break on this episode with Almas Virani. Jyoti talks about Bodybuilding as a sport and discipline, the stigmas around it and her perseverance to follow this sport.Is it different for women to gain muscles as compared to a man's body? Are the reasons for it physiological or psychological? Tune in to this episode as our host and guest take you beyond the clichés of Bodybuilding.You can follow Jyoti Solanki on her instagram handle: @jyotisolanki_proathlete(https://www.instagram.com/jyotisolanki_proathlete/?hl=en)You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11(https://twitter.com/almasvirani11)You can listen
05/03/202033 minutes 28 seconds
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Ep. 03: Profession Beyond Prejudice with Dr. Sadaf Ulde

What kind of professions are women allowed to practice? Almas Virani questions this stereotype on this episode as she talks to Dr. Sadaf Ulde about the struggles of being a woman homeopathic doctor. Why are there women filling seats in classrooms but not the OPD section in hospitals? What is a male drawback when they want to be assistants to the senior doctors? Find out.Tune in to understand how is homeopathy a gendered profession and what are the clichés about it.You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.<
27/02/202042 minutes 26 seconds
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Ep. 02: Beauty Beyond Size with Pushtiie Shakti

On the second episode of Beyond Cliché, Almas Virani is joined by an Actor, Pushtiie Shakti, who has challenged stereotypes around size. She shares her journey of being called cute as a kid to being teased for her size. How can one embrace one's identity beyond this filter?At what point did the rebel in her stand up? What is mastectomy? From career to television roles, how did she create her own niche? Pushtiie talks about her iconic character Mahi Talwar from "Mahi Way". Tune in to this conversation to get inspired and understand what plus size stands for!You can follow Pushtiie Shakti on her instagram handle: @pushtiieYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on
20/02/202048 minutes 6 seconds
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Ep. 01: Masculinity Beyond Muscles with Kunal Rajput

Men don't cry and the most important thing in their lives is to make money- this is the first cliché that Almas challenges as she talks to the Fitness Trainer and Fitness Brand Ambassador of Nike Training Center, Kunal Rajput.On this episode, Kunal shares his journey of being bullied in school for the way he looked, taking up engineering for a stable job and eventually breaking away from all these stereotypes by adhering to the fitness regime. How did this happen? Tune in to the episode to find out.You can follow Kunal Rajput on his instagram handle: @subtle.strengthYou can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: <a href="https
13/02/20201 hour 5 minutes 7 seconds
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Ep. 00: Introduction

On this show, Almas Virani: Speaker, Author, Coach and Changemaker, starts conversations around bending gender norms and stereotypes. She discusses how we have been practicing gender roles since our upbringing to following a dream.A long format show, with Almas interviewing the guest while they uncover their journey of challenging stereotypes and creating a new refreshing story beyond cliche, it is an informal conversation to sensitize the listeners about these binaries. Tune in to new episodes every Thursday.You can follow Almas Virani on her twitter handle: @almasvirani11You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm
01/02/20201 minute 12 seconds