The story line seems a little too fancy with some illogical scenes, but after all it is a Bollywood movied.
Visually the film is good and is based on a nice concept, so for those who like logic less Bollywood movies, this movie is worth the try. If not, then i just you opt for another movie.
The film falters mainly because of its poor screenplay and average dialogues. The film's music (Ramona Arena) is also a letdown. The film scores its brownie points solely and heavily because of its background music (John Stewart), cinematography (Michael Watson) and action (Allan Amin), as these three departments are the film's saving grace. The icing on the cake is the VFX of the film, which helps in giving the viewers a first-hand experience of a gigantic white tigress.
On the whole, despite its decent VFX work, ROAR: TIGERS OF THE SUNDARBANS is a weak film.