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Gavin (CHubBy) Methalaka is a performing artist in the fields of stage, audio, films and television. Academically trained in the art of western and classical performing arts, Gavin continues to explore the realm of Improvisational Comedy and Theatre as a form of Stress Relief and an excuse to verbal Diarrhoea. With audio-books to webseries’s, most of his content is available online.
He’s just happy to know that, he is a legit search result on Google. He is currently identified by his recent popular avatar, Kutty; from the Indian Remake of The Office on Hotstar.
All in All, Tall fat and Happy. Total CHubBy.
Fuckup Nights Mumbai is a local chapter of the global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional fuckup. The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all.
Founder, EGK Foods
“I made decisions when I was angry. I was afraid of failure.”
Co-Founder & Design Strategist, Inca Growth Partners
“Businesses do not fail; people fail and people emerge as fine wine.”
Founder, The Bombay Train Charter Company
“When you don’t have money, you get to see the picture of people, in Technicolor.”
CEO, Aquagreen Solutions
“I’ve Fucked Up so many times and i continue to do so.”
Co-Founder, Publishing Infinity
“Your failures do not define you.”
VP, A Cryptocurrency Startup
“How I went from being the ideal “SHARMA JI KI BETI” to, well, not being her.”
“It’s nobody’s fault, but its still my Fuckup, and I gotta own it.”
Chartered Accountant & Lawyer
“I hope I was SUCCESSFUL at Fuckup Nights.”
Screenwriter / Senior Creative Associate, FilterCopy
“My career is like Vodafone’s network: Unpredictable.”
“I’m in a class full of people who find it embarrassing to breathe the same air as me.”
Founder, Plogging For India
“When you’re trying to change a perception, you got to start alone”