Buddha in a Traffic Jam (2016)

Hindi Drama, Biography
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Total Reviews: 14
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Total Votes: 1

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Review Summary: Buddha In A Traffic Jam is a disappointment all around.

Average Critic Rating: (2.00)
Cast: Anupam Kher , Arunoday Singh , Mahie Gill , Anchal Dwivedi , Pallavi Joshi
Director: Vivek Agnihotri
Release Date: 13 May 2016

Plot: Vikram Pandit (Arunoday Singh) is a happy-go-lucky management student from a business school in India. He becomes an overnight sensation after a successful social media campaign against the radical fundamentalism of moral policing in India. Little did Vikram know that he was about to become a part of a plot Read more

Buddha in a Traffic Jam - Top Reviews

A senseless product made with bewildering ineptitude, a film that thinks it deserves a soapbox while being utterly hollow
Raja Sen, REDIFF
All hype, no substance
Sarit Ray, Hindustan Times
Nonsensical attempt to sound posh by giving it a fancy title and claiming that it tackles subjects like Naxalites in Chattisgarh
Manisha Lakhne, Nowrunning
The best thing that can be said about 'Buddha in a Traffic Jam', is that we love the ideas Vivek brings forth but we are not in love with them
Mohar Basu, The Times of India
Another one of those well intentioned movies that go absolutely nowhere
Rachit Gupta, Filmfare

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Buddha in a Traffic Jam - All Reviews

Buddha In A Traffic Jam' may be shallow and daft, but it isn't propaganda
Pradeep Menon, First Post
Buddha in a Traffic jam is disgusting: An Indian pervert's guide to 'sexy woman'
Deepti N, Daily O
Joshi reminds us of the naturally talented actress that she is, and one wishes to see more of her
Composer Rohit Sharma'€™s soundtrack is a mixed bag, largely owing to the uneven vocals
Vipin, Music Aloud
The plot is preposterous, and by the end of the film, all us critics were laughing in exhausted disbelief
Source, Sen City
BUDDHA CAUGHT IN A TRAFFIC JAM could be you... or me!
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
'Buddha In A Traffic Jam', could be you... or me
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
“You talk of breaking stereotypes, why it has to be always a boy who picks up the gun or an IPad to change the system, why not a girl? Asks a girl from BHU, Agnihotri had no answer.
Vandana Shukla, Tribune India
'Buddha in a Traffic Jam', is a serious film that may appeal to a niche audience
Aditi Santhmayer, BookMyShow