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Salt Attire founder finds comfort in Shane Parrish's podcast, 'dal-chawal'

Dipti Tolani says 'The Knowledge Project' helps her discover herself and the world around her.

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Updated: Oct 02, 2019, 08.05 AM IST
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Tolani goes on long runs on weekend mornings to soothe her mind.
Dipti Tolani, founder of Salt Attire counts 'The Pursuit of Happyness', 'Batman Begins' and 'The Social Network' among her favourite films, and says that she always returns to them.

When it come music, the top boss listens to everything from Pink Floyd, Post Malone to Prateek Kuhad.

Here she talks about a few of her favourite things.

Food
I love Thai, Chinese, Japanese and a good salad any day. But my comfort food is Dal Chawal.

Podcasts
'The Knowledge Project' with Shane Parrish. It helps me to discover myself and the world around me.

Movies
'The Pursuit of Happyness', 'Batman Begins', 'The Social Network'. These movies have their own essence and I can watch them again and again.
Tolani counts 'The Pursuit of Happyness', 'Batman Begins' and 'The Social Network' among her favourite films.
Tolani counts 'The Pursuit of Happyness', 'Batman Begins' and 'The Social Network' among her favourite films.

Music
Depends on my mood. From Pink Floyd, Post Malone to Prateek Kuhad. I recently started listening to Prateek. He has a soothing voice.

Travel
New York City. It marches to its own propulsive beat towards fashion. Also, arduous but fulfilling treks in the Himalayas.

Fitness
Crossfit. I also enjoy a long run on weekend mornings. It soothes my mind.

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