Buddha in a Traffic Jam (2016)
(Released: May 13, 2016)
Vikram Pandit (Arunoday Singh) is an MBA student at a top notch business school. Highly opinionated and easily influential, Vikram develops a keen interest in one of his professors, Rakesh Batki's (Anupam Kher) approach of teaching.
Looking at Vikram's skills, the professor starts to share with his students the materials of writing that he wants Vikram to spread through the youth calling his own. Giving talks on the issues of corruption and the injustice of the downtrodden, Vikram soon becomes a popular student speaker.
When Batki's wife's boutique business of pottery work by tribals stops receiving government grants, the professor gives his students an assignment to raise funds for it. Vikram's business model turns out to be an extremely well built one but that irks his professor since it wipes out all middlemen from the business thus, leading to the impossibility of money laundering carried out by the Naxals.
Is Vikram's life in danger from the Naxalites? Will he learn the difference between a true revolution and propaganda?