Film: "Buddha in a Traffic Jam"; Director: Vivek Agnihotri; Cast: Arunoday Singh, Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, Mahie Gill and Aanchal Dwivedi; Rating: **
Using the Chinese philosophy of Tao and by quoting Mao, "Buddha in a Traffic Jam", is a contemporary, thought-provoking story presented in a pretentiously avant-garde fashion. An idealistic drama, it motivates and instigates the audience for a revolution.
The drama, segmented into 10 chapters, unfurls in a pseudo intellectual manner. Seen from an urban student's perspective, the film discusses political issues regarding NGOs, Maoists and the government. It stirs a storm in a hot tea cup, resulting in its contents to turn lukewarm and insipid. The epilogue is boring as it nearly sermonises.
Correlating socialism and corruption, the film speaks about why socialism has no future and stimulates the audience for a revolution to change the world. But who will bell the» Read full review
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