The first episode of My Neighbour Zuckerberg was a crisp and crunchy conversation with The OnionKnight, Satyajit Roy, founder and CEO of Mumbai-based EGK Foods Pvt. Ltd – the everyday gourmet kitchen, selling fried onions.

Those who marched in late, Mumbai-based Indus Vox Media launched a new show titled ‘My Neighbour Zuckerberg’ in January 2017, to celebrate the extraordinary journeys of ordinary people, who have turned into successful entrepreneurs.

The show will bring stories of adventure, struggle, creativity and tales of the underdog who battled dragons to take his ambitions to a logical conclusion. Not necessarily a million-dollar valuation, but something equally difficult, with a point of no regret.

In the ongoing series, Misfits gets hold of the second exciting episode of the audio show, hosted by Munaf Kapadia, co-founder of The Bohri Kitchen and Nabeel Merchant, co-founder of Fixy.

This time the hosts got into the conversation with Mulchand Dedhia, the co-founder of Meter Down – a successful venture which uses auto rickshaws for advertising and the founder of PhotoKonnect – one of the country’s largest photography communities.

As shared by Nabeel in a kind of shocking punch, “Mulchand changed 13 schools in last 16 years..which is ridiculous at one level and exciting at another.”

The story went on with his 15 seconds elevator pitch for Meter Down, how he got hit with the idea of advertising with Auto’s, from adtech to photoshop and more. Check out on your own in the audio clip below.



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