Roar - Tiger Of The Sunderbans

Roar - Tiger Of The Sunderbans

3.3 1,091 Ratings

Directed by : Kamal Sadanah

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  • Critics Rating 2.0/5
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Uday, a young photojournalist on assignment in the jungles of the Sundarbans, rescues a white tiger cub ensnared in a poacher’s trap and brings the cub to a small settlement he is based in. Soon, panic among the villagers sets in. In order to bring calm back to the villagers, the forest warden takes the cub away. The Royal Be...more

Verdict

“Decent VFX with absolutely no story or performances to boot. Roar turned out to be more of a meow. ”

Roar - Tiger Of The Sunderbans Credit & Casting

Abhinav Shukla

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Roar - Tiger Of The Sunderbans Box Office

  • Gross: INR 9.91 cr.
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Every once in a while, a movie comes along that makes you question the mental health of its makers. Roar is one such film. Featuring an impossibly stupid plot, zero acting talent, utterly absurd set pieces, this film will leave you scratching your head. Add to this mess a preachy tenor that drones on throughout the film, and you’re left with an absolute dump.

 

A wildlife photographer, while on one of his trips to the sundarbans, discovers a white tiger cub stuck in a poacher’s trap. Unlike most sensible people, he decides that the best course of action would be to take it home with him. The local warden quickly dispossesses him of the cub and takes it for treatment. That very night, the cub’s mother, in a bid to locate it, comes to the settlement and ends up killing the photographer. Soon, his brother comes into the picture. The brother, called Pandit, is enraged that the deceased body hasn’t been recovered. Swearing vengeance  upon the beast, Pandit summons a crew to help him hunt the tigress down. This crew of misfits, armed to the teeth with high tech weaponry and bad acting, embark on an adventure in the sundarbans. To everyone’s surprise, the mission doesn’t go as planned, and they start getting picked off one by one. Pandit’s quest for revenge has now turned into a struggle for survival.

 

Roar will leave its viewers bewildered, and not in the Christopher Nolan kind of way. Most will be left wondering at just what the hell happened in the entire movie. Then will come a period of mourning, not for any of the characters that died, but for the three hours that one wasted on this trash.Roar is a bad movie in almost every sense, save for cinematography, which is tarnished by being associated with this bile. Do not go for this, unless you’re looking to explore a masochistic side to your personality.

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