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Volvo India MD enjoys historical series on a flight; top boss enjoyed 'Chernobyl'

Charles Frump said that he is a solitary traveller.

, ET Bureau|
Sep 19, 2019, 09.02 AM IST
Charles Frump
Charles Frump revealed that he spends flight hours watching movies.
Charles Frump, Managing Director, Volvo Car India, is a solitary traveller. In an interview with ET Panache, the top boss revealed that he spends flight hours watching movies.

“I travel at least four times a month, mostly for work. Besides that, I also take 3-4 short and long holidays every year. On a flight, I spend my time watching movies and documentaries, especially historical fiction. Recently, I watched the HBO Series 'Chernobyl'. I am a solitary traveller and prefer to use my Bose noise-cancelling headsets.”

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