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Buddha In A Traffic Jam  ( A ) (2016)  (Hindi)
Genre: Crime, Thriller
Language: Hindi
Director: Vivek Agnihotri
Producer: Pranay Chokshi, Sharad Patel, Vivek Agnihotri, Suresh Chukapalli, Shreyanshi Patel
Production Co: Friday Night Productions, Phoenix Multimedia, ...
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
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Plot/Synopsis
Vikram Pandit a student of the Indian Institute of Business becomes the blue-eyed boy of Professor Jamshed Batki. Under Batki's influence Vikram starts public discoursing and publishing articles under his own name that are authored by Batki himself. The articles, which deal with the plight of the po... Read More...
Release Date: May 13 2016 (India)
Critics Rating: |  4 Reviews
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Nonsensical attempt to sound posh by giving it a fancy title and claiming that it tackles subjects like Naxalites in Chattisgarh. If there is an original idea in the film it is that Naxalites are everywhere amongst us, and that they could be anyone: your doctor, your best friend, your banker, your lawyer, government officials and that they are biding their time for a bloodbath on the streets. Howlarious.

0.10
Buddha In A Traffic Jam Review RatingManisha Lakhe (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

Buddha In A Traffic Jam is a flawed step in a new direction for Indian Cinema. Not many movies can boast a release amongst so many protests against it. Sadly, the protests only created a hype that movie fails to live up to. It's not a bad film, and it tries hard to get it point across, but it takes itself too seriously, and the its dialogues end up being corny, rather than clever.

2.50
Buddha In A Traffic Jam Review RatingSiddhant Shori (Desimartini) | Read Full Review

But any and all good efforts in Buddha... are rendered pointless by the film's direction. It just doesn't have the resolve or dexterity to sway you with an argument or a stand.Buddha In A Traffic Jam has the right ideas. But the way it tells it's story is lackluster. In trying to be relevant and artistic, it loses the plot on more than one occasion.


Rachit Gupta (Filmfare) | Read Full Review

It's also emblematic of everything that's wrong with Buddha In A Traffic Jam, which, aside from being a right-wing propaganda piece (although much less in-your-face than I expected it to be), is also a film trying desperately to be edgy, youthful, and thought-provoking - but in vain.

Suprateek Chatterjee (The Huffington Post) | Read Full Review

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