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Roar (2014)

Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans (original title)
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After his photojournalist brother gets killed by a white tigress in the jungles of the Sundarbans, Pandit and his team of commandos enter the prohibited core area of the forest to avenge his death.

Director:

Kamal Sadanah

Writers:

Anand Goradia (dialogue), Anand Goradia (screenplay) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Aadil Chahal Aadil Chahal ... Kashmiri
Ahran Chaudhary Ahran Chaudhary ... Sufi (as Aaran Chaudhary)
Pranay Dixit Pranay Dixit ... Madhu
Subrat Dutta ... Bheera
Nora Fatehi ... CJ
Virendra Singh Ghuman Virendra Singh Ghuman ... Cheena
Achint Kaur ... Warden-Forest Officer
Ali Quli Mirza Ali Quli Mirza ... Hero
Abhinav Shukla Abhinav Shukla ... Pundit
Himarsha Venkatsamy Himarsha Venkatsamy ... Jhumpa (as Himarsha)
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After his photojournalist brother gets killed by a white tigress in the jungles of the Sundarbans, Pandit and his team of commandos enter the prohibited core area of the forest to avenge his death.

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A Tiger marks its territory by spraying Urine which gets washed away in the Sundarbans as the tide rises over 20 ft in 6 hours, submerging around 30% of the land. See more »

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An amazing adventure encompassing the intrigue, mystic and precarious beauty of the luxuriant jungle of sundarbans
31 October 2014 | by sinehalenaSee all my reviews

An amazing adventure encompassing the intrigue, mystic and precarious beauty of the luxuriant jungle of sundarbans .

'The Hunters become the hunted' The movie substantially captured the true essence of jungle survival what it means of for its natives, tribes or animals, their way of respecting nature and what it means for humans to maintain its boundaries... the voiceless animals and their grievances there way to retaliate following the rule of jungle

What truly kept me riveted to the movie is The Majestic predator with mesmerizing dangerous stride the white tiger Chinchilla albinistic. Born one in thousands. I equally dreaded and craved his appearance on the screen. The music is good and so is the cinematography. The story premise is predictable. The biggest aspect of the movie which was quite disappointing was the acting. The lead actors failed to bring the characters to life. The characters and dialogs were insipid and lacking color... But The tigress makes it worthwhile to watch.... easily the best and most exciting character of the movie


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India

Language:

Hindi

Release Date:

31 October 2014 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Roar: The Tigers of Sunderbans See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$15,064, 19 April 2015

Gross USA:

$81,083
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