Not sure whether to laugh or cry (and shed tears either way) at this. Some of the dialogue would fit in perfectly in a scene with evil leaders. And she gets the treatment from her own too, before we point fingers. It's laughable leadership all-round. Some of it's been known for decades. What's ironic is that our current administration here in the U.S. lobbied to have charges of corruption against him dropped. Right. In other news, India has sadly climbed ahead in the Transparency International most corrupt nations list this year: "Indians living below the poverty line paid Rs 9,000 million (that's almost USD 200 million) as bribes in 2007 to avail need-based services". Guess it could've been worse.
Good old corruption and greed at work, applicable universally. It's all for the wealth and power after all. Their allures are the subject of my next movie review.