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Anupam’s life lessons

Actor takes class at Indian Business School, Hyderabad on philosophy of survival.

bollywood Updated: Jul 13, 2011 15:40 IST
Hindustan Times

Anupam Kher, who plays Professor Jamshed Batki in his upcoming film, Buddha in a Traffic Jam, not only played his role in reel life but also real life. The actor, who has recently done an autobiographical play about the travails of his life and the circumstances he went through to reach his position, was quite an inspiration to the students of Indian Business School. They had heard of the play and requested him to give them classes not about acting, but on his philosophy of survival, which is necessary for any B-school grad.

Kher was more than happy to oblige and he took the classes in open air, sitting on the grass and in small batches so as to make it more interactive and interesting. The classes went on for the entire 40-day duration that they were shooting at the Hyderabad school. What’s more, the cast and crew of the movie also got the chance to partake Kher’s lessons.

First Published: Jul 13, 2011 12:42 IST