Cameraman Nalla spends two years in the Ranthambore National forest to observe and capture the life journeys of two tiger magnificent sisters and comes back with a poignant tale of love, rivalry, motherhood and a tragic disappearance.
Tiger's Revenge is a compelling story of two tiger sisters whose life journeys intermingle and clash against the backdrop of a breathtaking ancient fort in the Ranthambore National Park. Dominant sister Sundari rules over the fort and lake area after ousting her older sibling Krishna who raises her 3 cubs in a nearby territory. Sundari too desires motherhood, an ambition that leads her to make many unexpected choices - of mates, territories and finally a decision which results in her disappearance. Though Sundari's choices were ruled by an instinctive desire to protect her cubs, ironically they leave them vulnerable with her tragic death. Despite a natural instinct for domination over territory, it is their maternal instincts that finally decides and shapes the destinies of the two sisters. The film unravels a poignant tale of motherhood even as it features the rivalry, jealousies and love stories of the two tiger siblings. Filmed extensively over a period of 2 years by wildlife ...
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Tiger's Revenge is the story of two tiger sisters. They live in Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, India, where a magnificent ancient fort once ruled by the maharajas of Rajasthan is the backdrop to their rivalry.
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