Buddha in a Traffic Jam >> 30s Review

Vikram Pandit is a student of Indian Institute of Business. His Professor Jamshed Batki feels that corruption is not only omnipresent, it is necessary for the economy. When Vikram questions him, Batki challenges Vikram to complete the work he started for the benefit of the poor. What follows is the beginning of a revolution by Vikram.

However, soon he realizes that the people around him are not what they seem to be - there are layers he is yet to figure out. Will he succeed?

Rating: Green - an excellent film raising some fundamental questions about the Naxal problem in India. The challenge, however, is that it might be propaganda material with a uni-dimensional perspective - so take it with a pinch of salt, when it comes to forming an opinion about the issue behind the movie.

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