Roar - Tigers of The Sunderbans (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 12 Critic Reviews | Abhinav Shukla, Himarsha V


Abhinav Shukla, Himarsha V, Aadil Chahal, Aaran Choudhury, Ali Quli, Nora Fatehi, Pranay Dixit, Subrat Dutta, Virendra Singh Ghuman

Roar - Tigers of The Sunderbans (2014) Hindi Movie Posterdirection:

Kamal Sadanah


Kamal Sadanah, Abis Rizvi


Kamal Sadanah, Swati Goradia, Aanand Goradia


Kamal Sadanah, Swati Goradia, Aanand Goradia


Michael Watson


John Stewart

produced by:

Abis Rizvi


Weird Aggregate Rating Roar - The Tigers of The Sunderbans 2.7/10Hindi


Action, Adventure

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run time:
123 minutes
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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  India Today -Suhani Singh Rating-2
There is a theory in Roar as to why some tigers in the Sundarbans are maneaters. It suggests that dead bodies from the Ganga and cyclones end up floating into the region, and the starving animals unable to hunt settle for them to survive. We have a better, wilder theory as to why

  •  Times Of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-4
In order to realise their mission, they seek the help of local guide Madhu (Pranay Dixit) and tracker Jhumpa (Himarsha V). Obviously, the 'hunters' soon realise that their plan may not be foolproof after all and their lives could be in danger. From running out of useful resources in the dense

  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-0
When the film began it was merely offensive. After all, a bunch of army men launch a full blown operation to kill a white tiger in the Sundarbans. But then the unintentional humor takes over and everytime the tiger eats up a man, you woot! It is one of those films which doesn’t want to waste

  •  Moviez Adda -Divya Solgama Rating-2
Jungle adventure based films were one of the popular genre in our Hindi cinema right from the Dara Singh's days of 'King Kong', 'Tarzan' and 'Godzilla' types of films. These movies were highly inspired from the Hollywood films and later on, after the late 60's we saw the same genre getting

  •  Bollywood Hungama Rating-3
Bollywood filmmakers have always had a fascination of making movie based on wild animals. While some movies in the 70s and 80s showed wild animals as man's best friend, others featured stories of human settlements under threat by the attacks of the wild beast. This week's release

  •  The W14 -Mayank Shekhar Rating-2
This rare gem of a movie is not supposed to make sense because it is mainly for the brain dead. Anybody who’s ever heard of the Sundarbans, let alone made a whole film on it, will know the region houses the Royal Bengal Tiger. Looking splendid in its brown-orange coat with black stripes

  •  Hindustan Times -Rohit Vats Rating-5
Do you remember the song Tujhe Naa Dekhoon Toh Chain Mujhe Aata Nahi from 1993 film Rang? If yes then you are likely to remember the guy opposite Divya Bharti. Yes, I am talking about Kamal Sadanah, one of the cute heroes of early ‘90s. He is a director now and his debut

  •  Glamsham -Martin D'Souza Rating-5
To grieve for a loved one mauled by a Tiger is understandable; to seek revenge, setting up a crack team of army commandos is not. How can you go deep into the Sunderbans reserved area and hunt a White Tiger, simply because your brother was eaten alive? That is folly of the highest order

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-3
It's all about loving your tigers. At least that's what yesteryear actor and debutant director Kamal Sadanah wants to tell us, but somehow utilises over two hours, international VFX teams, racist tigers (White>Normal) and a ridiculous plot to bring this simple truth across.

  •  Sify -Sonia Chopra Rating-3
How does this happen? How does a film with majestic tigers, beautiful wildlife and tons of VFX (mostly CGI) get it so wrong? How does a film with a title like Roar turn out to be such a bore? The story is weak to begin with. If Happy New Year's story revolving around revenge struck you

  •  Now Running -Noyon Jyoti Parasara Rating-2
Quite a week, this one. After watching the '90s trash Super Nani I thought the week could not get worse. And then I walked into the theater to watch Roar The Tiger Of Sundarbans to discover top level trash of this decade. A film which seemed more bent on exploring cleavage than tigers.

  •  Mid Day -Shakti Shetty Rating-2
To be foolish or not to be foolish is the question in this film. Almost every second thing that is being said or done reeks of senselessness. Everybody except those on the big screen — and the makers behind it — seem oblivious to this fact. A film based in a jungle and involving tigers

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