On Jawaharlal Nehru's 50th death anniversary, an imaginary conversation inspired by Monty Python's sketch 'What did the Romans do for us?'
The interior of an IIT students’ hostel. A large room with bottles of beer scattered on the ground, along with an empty pizza carton. A large photograph of an Indian rocket taking off from Sriharikota is on the wall. Harihar and Krishnan are seated on the floor at one end of the room, their backs to the wall. Jyoti sits cross-legged, listening to her iPod. Aditya is on the bed, typing his application to Harvard on his laptop. There is some knocking on the door. Five students—three girls and two boys—wearing saffron bandanas, enter.