Making Bangalore Sound Like Boston
Hari Kishan readily admits that he's not the best guy to put on the phone with impatient Americans. With his heavy South Indian accent and rapid, abrupt cadence, Kishan knows U.S. customers have a tough time understanding him. In any case, he says, he's "not the type of guy who likes to talk a lot."
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