The others are all IIT (Indian Institue of Technology) Kharagpur graduates: Arunabh Kumar, Biswapati Sarkar and Jitendra Kumar. If her Instagram feed (@ekthapatiger) is any indicator — with images of her wearing bright red sunglasses, pretending to be Indira Gandhi with a streak of powdered white hair, and sporting a beanie in the middle of Mumbai summers — Bisht is an uninhibited woman. She seems self-assured, admits to taking herself far too seriously, hopes to be India’s Tina Fey and have her own show like Netflix’s The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Nidhi Bisht (31), the sole casting director, is the only non-IIT-educated core team member.
The Viral Fever’s (TVF; India’s most prominent production house for web content) crew is building a set outside a studio.
The crew is young — 20-somethings armed with walkie-talkies and mobile phones frantically juggling simultaneous conversations.
"In the previous years, we have seen affluent pockets doing badly ," he said.
BMC's executive health officer Dr Padmaja Keskar said that the rising numbers are a result of the corporation's sustained efforts to deter sex selection.