“Outsourced” (2006) is a dopey little quasi-romantic pseudocomedy about an American executive who has to train the Indian call center that is replacing the one he used to run. And wouldn’t you know it, while he’s teaching the Indians he learns a little something about himself along the way. If there was a game called Movie Cliche Bingo, this film would be a winning card. Yet somehow, all the simplicity and predictability doesn’t piss you off. Instead, it’s strangely comforting. Like a lukewarm Big Mac after a month in Bombay. You can probably thank Ayesha Dharker’s smiling face for that.