Rarely do we get to see a collaboration like this. It’s like Kishore Kumar and Mohammed Rafi coming together on one track, or Jay-Z and Kanye West. And on top of everything, the song is given added pathos thanks to its deep philosophically Hollywood underpinnings, built as it is as a pastiche of Hans Zimmer’s Time, a track from the movie Inception.

We’re talking about Interrupception, an all new offering from ParodesyNoise, whose creators describe themselves as a music duo comprising three people. That’s Krish Ashok, Harish Ravindran and T Rajender (the last in spirit only), a team that occasionally translates Indian pop culture into foot-tapping hilarity. (For starters, check out Sidhu Crap, their wonderful take on the astute commentary of Navjot Singh Sidhu).

With Interrupception, ParodesyNoise has brought together two of the most vocal names of our media age: Arnab Goswami and Subramanian Swamy. Last week, these two titans had a bit of a clash over Swamy’s connections with the Sri Lankan government and, in Arnab’s eyes, his apparent willingness to forgive the detention of Indian fisherman by the island nation. Although the Newshour is never a calm experience, this particular edition ended up being punctuated by repeated cries of “you liar” and some memorably embarrassed rejoinders from Goswami.

ParodyDesi decided this couldn’t be left as is. So they decided to add their considerable talents to the shoutfest. Here’s how they describe their new track.
“Arnab Goswami is a man of depth. He unleashes rationality and factuality by assembling 5-6 experts and interrupting them at every step. Subramaniam Swamy is a professional Dream Stealer whose task is to infiltrate the subconscious realm of Arnab's own kingdom and interrupt the interruptor, name-call the name-caller and implant the idea that it is possible to reduce prime time news to even more unimaginable depths.
To capture the essence of his genius, we have adapted Hans Zimmer's Time from Inception.”

It’s not only accurate, funny and makes proper callbacks to Inception, it’s also quite catchy. Not since Arnab Trap has Indian news produced something that can be played in both a newsroom and a house party. After all, where else are you going to be able to listen to Goswami yelling, “I’m not stupid” over and over again?