13 Dec Jai Ho
Helpful Common Man Kicks Bottom
How does one go about making the country a better place? Do you become a politician and try to represent your constituents enough so that you can become a leader? That’s an awful lot of work and you’ll need to change jobs to do so. How about you become an activist and fight on Facebook groups? Besides losing a lot of friends, activists rarely improve something at the end of the day. Let’s make it simple then, how about you help your fellow man? That’s a great way to make a real difference in your immediate circle, but you’re only one person, how’s that going to improve the country?
Jai Agnihotri started a campaign that addresses the scalability issue with helping your fellow man, and it’s incredibly simple: Help at least 3 people. The 3 people you’ve helped then, in turn, must help 3 other people, who in turn must help three other people and so on. This way you build a strong chain of the common man helping each other out which will eventually transform the whole country.
A lofty goal and a righteous one at that, and in a perfect world everyone would get behind it. Unfortunately, the world isn’t perfect, and there are a few bad apples who would lose a lot of money if people started looking out for each other. Luckily, Jai Agnihotri is an ex-army officer who isn’t afraid to lay the smack-down.
This is a film with ridiculously fun action if you don’t take it too seriously. If you like to have a laugh at over-the-top action interplayed with good music you don’t want to miss this.
Friday at 3 p.m. on StarLife (ch 550) on December 13th