The Kamla Show is a unique show about authentic conversations with real people. Often, when we talk about the success of a company, film or book, we tend to overlook the person behind that success.
What was it like to create a company? How did you balance your personal and startup life? What are your earliest memories of cinema? Why did you write the book? Why did you chose a career in music, and how did your family help?
We asked those questions to Ford Motor Company’s CEO Alan Mulally on what it is to have worked with 2 iconic American companies: Boeing and Ford? We asked Gabriel Adauto of Motion Math, a Silicon Valley startup on how he balances his personal and startup life? We asked Venture Capitalist Kittu Kolluri and Kumar Malavalli on why they left their cushy life and went down the path of entrepreneurship, a risky venture? We asked engineer and Venture Capitalist Yogen Dalal what was it like to study computer science when it was a fledgling field, and work with Vint Cerf, the “Father of Internet”? We asked Academy Award winner Ang Lee if he still cooks for his family? We asked Hollywood actor Gerard Butler about auditioning for a Bollywood film. We asked Academy Award winner Stephen Gaghan on what drew him to make Syriana? We asked author and essayist Pico Iyer why he wrote a book on Dalai Lama? We asked Academy Award Winner AR Rahman on his music career and the role of his mother.
The Kamla Show is about asking those questions you would be asking if you had the chance to sit with our guests in your living room over a cup of tea. What was the first record you owned? Or, what does money mean to you?
The Kamla Show is not just about technologists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers and authors, but also about ordinary people doing extraordinary things and sharing their memories with us. As we say it is about Life, People and Ideas.