Having hosted several shows, the director-RJ’s fun-filled shows in the last decade are still refreshing and even thought-provoking. Tell Balaji this and he laughs, “You make me feel like I have been a radio-jockey forever. This happened with Atharvaa too. While we were shooting for a movie, he came up to me and said that he has been listening to my shows since he was in school. I was like ‘ennadhu? School ah?” He also talks about the upside of it and says that he is glad that people across generations have related to his work. “What I speak today should make sense even after 15 years. That was the first thing I was taught before I started my career as an RJ. When I see a college-kid telling me that he liked a show like Crosstalk and a 35-year-old person telling me the same, I am convinced with what I have been doing,” he adds. Balaji says that his upcoming podcast for Spotify is titled Naalanna Murukku (25 paise Murukku). “This will be a weekly show on positive things and mostly things that go unnoticed around us. I am not cashing in on the situation and making a fun podcast around it. For example, I would discuss about pesticides in fruits or how seedless grapes are harmful. These are an example of topics you would listen in Naalanna Murukku,” he opens up.