SP Cinecorp’s foray in Bollywood came with Buddha in a Traffic Jam. 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 that would risk his life and the nation. He gets entangled between two facets of India—Socialism and Capitalism, both of which are deeply rooted in isolated corners of the country.
Somewhere deep within the jungles, flagrant conspirators were gearing up to maim the Country. They had established links with the patrician society. Vikram’s internet campaign pulls him into a very deep web of conspiracy.
The film revolves around Vikram’s survival in the sinister designs of the establishment. It resolves the age-long conflict between Capitalism and Socialism and defines the much-needed revolution for contemporary India.