A cliché makes sound business sense. It also saves the propagator of clichés from
intellectual rigor. The motive behind adopting Anurag Mathur's 'The Inscrutable
Americans' for a movie becomes comprehensible if we take these facts into consideration.
His hero, Gopal Kumar, scion of a conservative, affluent, small town business family, arrives in the 'promised land' for a year's course in Chemical Engineering. "After that, I am returning to use new technologies in our factory," he says. His family owns the National Hair Oil Factory, back in Jajau, Madhya Pradesh.