Workplace ethics and Indian cinema: What do low productivity and unrealistically made films have in common?
Popular Indian cinema portrays situations and characters in an immediately recognisable way, familiar not from observation but from popular belief, and as ideals. This suppression of observation by idealisation and convention is a characteristic that one frequently encounters in real life in India. In Indian workplaces, the appearance of commitment is demanded rather than productivity
From the Buddha to that guy in Into The Wild and an animated horse who lives in Hollywoo, the search for truth has consumed many a fine individual. I was no different, writes Vignesh Raja