Rakesh Wadhwa:

What is one thing that you see disappearing from the world as any product any service any habit as a result of this pandemic?

Jasprit Bindra:

I haven't thought about that.  I sincerely do hope that our difficult commutes disappear and that's very possible actually because as work gets more decentralized, half the people will work from office after people will work from home at any given point of time. And so the traffic would be much lesser and we will not have to wait for driverless cars to come to make traffic less and commutes less and pollution less therefore.

The COVID crisis is one of the benefits that we can draw and make all these issues of urbanization disappear. So that is what would disappear. If we can be a little bit more disciplined. And if we learn from this pandemic those are the things I would like can make them disappear.