Buddha in a Traffic Jam
A story inspired by true life incidents.
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Buddha in a Traffic Jam

Hindi
Drama
13 May, 2016
1 hrs 55 mins
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788 votes
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Buddha in a Traffic Jam is a political thriller about Vikram, a happy-go-lucky management student from a top Business School of India who becomes an overnight sensation after a successful internet campaign against the radical fundamentalism of moral policing in India. This prompts his university teacher, Professor Ranjan Batki, to throw him a challenge for yet another internet campaign. A campaign that would help raise money via a non-profit Pottery Club for the poor people living in Maoists areas of India.

Little did Vikram know that he was about to become a part of a plot that would put his life and the nation at risk. He gets entangled between two corrupt facets - Socialism and Capitalism, both of which are deeply rooted in India.
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Verdict: A film the new Indian must watch. Even before its theatrical release, Buddha in a Traffic Jam has caused quite a stir. It has been doing the rounds at various films festivals and was screened at various universities across the country. And while some gave the film and its director Vivek Agnihotri a standing []... ...Read full review
Vivek Agnihotri has used a soulful nazm of Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Chand Roz while the plot speedily moves towards the climax. Acting pioneers Anupam Kher and Pallavi Joshi are exceptional as the loving couple, gently balancing their clashing ideologies within the framework of conjugality. Mahie Gill too is a solid vessel for all the shades in her character white, black and definitely gray. Arunoday Singh continues to revel in youth-oriented roles that often end up as angry young men. Shakeel Khan is the perfect comic foil to Singh when things tense up. ...Read full review
Vikram Pandit(Arunoday), is a management student who believes that correct ideology can help to create a world of equals. His noble ideas land him in the Naxal radar, inviting trouble from all quarters ...Read full review
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