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In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to the freezer of the world, that is Canada! Here he meets an extraordinary documentary maker who risked it all to tell a story of female boxers in India. Motivated by a single photo and on a shoe-string budget, little did she know that this voyage would last 10 years! This is an incredible conversation on the power of a dream and die-hard perseverance. Welcome to a conversation with Ameesha Joshi.

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Ameesha JoshiArt design – Vanisha Patel 

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