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ROAR: Tigers of the Sundarbans (2014) is a Hindi-language film directed by Kamal Sadanah, which tells the story of a team of commandos who enter the dangerous forest of the Sundarbans to hunt down a white tigress that killed one of their members. The film was premiered by Salman Khan in Mumbai on 31 July 2014 and released on 31 October 2014.
The film begins with Uday, a young photojournalist who is on an assignment in the Sundarbans, a vast mangrove forest that spans India and Bangladesh. He rescues a white tiger cub from a poacher's trap and brings it to his base camp in a nearby village. However, this causes panic among the villagers, who fear the wrath of the mother tigress. The forest warden takes the cub away to calm the situation, but it is too late. The tigress tracks down Uday's hut by following the scent of her cub's blood and kills him in revenge. She then drags his body into the forest and disappears.
Uday's brother, Pundit, is the captain of an elite commando team. He arrives at the Sundarbans to claim his brother's body and seek justice. He is met with silence and hostility from the villagers and the forest warden, who refuses to help him recover his brother's body or capture the tigress, citing the complexity and danger of the forest ecology. Pundit decides to take matters into his own hands and calls his commando team for backup. He also hires a local guide named Madhu and a tracker named Jhumpa to assist him in his mission.
The team ventures into the core area of the forest, where they face various challenges and threats from the wildlife and the environment. They soon realize that they are dealing with a smart and cunning tigress, who not only evades them at every turn but also lures them into her territory. Meanwhile, a ruthless poacher named Bheera sees an opportunity to profit from the situation. He plans to use Pundit's team as bait to trap and kill the rare white tigress for his own gain. The hunters become the hunted as they are caught in a deadly game of survival between man and beast.
The film features stunning shots of the natural beauty of the Sundarbans and over 800 shots with special effects. It also showcases the animal-man conflict and the importance of conservation. The film has an international crew of 150 members and a 300-member VFX team. It took 12 months to edit the film and put it on screen. The film has music by John Stewart BGM and sound design by Academy Award winner Resul Pookutty.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised its novelty, visuals, and action sequences, while others criticized its plot, acting, and direction. The film was also accused of being insensitive to animal rights and promoting violence against wildlife.
The film has a cast of mostly newcomers and lesser-known actors, who were chosen for their physical fitness and suitability for the roles. The lead actor, Abhinav Shukla, who plays Pundit, is also a professional photographer and an adventure enthusiast. He performed most of his own stunts in the film and underwent rigorous training for his role. Himarsha Venkatsamy, who plays Jhumpa, is a model and an animal lover. She had to overcome her fear of reptiles and insects while shooting in the forest. Achint Kaur, who plays the forest warden, is a veteran television actress who has also appeared in films like 2 States and Guzaarish. Subrat Dutta, who plays Bheera, is a National School of Drama graduate who has acted in critically acclaimed films like Talaash and Madras Cafe. Nora Fatehi, who plays CJ, is a Moroccan-Canadian dancer and actress who has appeared in several item songs in Bollywood films. Ali Quli Mirza, who plays Hero, is a singer and a former contestant of Bigg Boss 8. Aadil Chahal, Ahran Chaudhary, Pranay Dixit, Virendra Singh Ghuman and Pulkit Jawahar play the other members of Pundit's commando team.
The film also features real tigers from Los Angeles and Thailand, who were shot separately and then composited with the actors using visual effects. The director, Kamal Sadanah, said that he had to take an online course in visual effects along with his producer Abis Rizvi to execute the film. He also said that he faced many challenges while shooting in the Sundarbans, such as unpredictable weather, lack of infrastructure, language barriers and safety issues. He said that he wanted to make a film that would showcase the beauty and diversity of India's wildlife and also raise awareness about the threats faced by the tigers and their habitat.
The film was released on 31 October 2014 on about 1000 screens across India. It faced competition from other Bollywood releases like Happy New Year and Super Nani. It also faced controversy from animal rights activists who accused the film of glorifying hunting and violence against wildlife. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised its novelty, visuals and action sequences, while others criticized its plot, acting and direction. The film was also accused of being insensitive to animal rights and promoting violence against wildlife. The film earned about Rs 3 crore in its opening weekend and Rs 6 crore in its lifetime collection at the domestic box office. It was declared a flop by trade analysts. 061ffe29dd