The movie Roar: Tigers Of The Sundarbans is a film which was meant to break Bollywood stereotypes. From a story based on the majestic Sundarbans tiger, to a fresh cast and off-beat locations, Roar is a unique experience.
Producer AbisRizvi and director Kamal Sadanah knew they were
taking risks, but they also knew it would be worth it.The
film Roar released in India last week and has found appreciation
from audiences who are tired of the run-of-the-mill Bollywood
The movie Roar also supposedly boasts of VFX on par
with Hollywood films, as the makers roped in Hollywood's best
technicians to work on the special effects.
Another aspect that makes Roar unique is that it is the
first commercial film to release in Bangladesh in more than four
decades. Says producer AbisRizvi, "A large part of the Sundarbans
area is in Bangladesh and we are very grateful to the Bangladesh
Government and the locals for cooperating with us when we were
shooting there. Kamal and I are proud of the film and hope the
people of Bangladesh will enjoy it too."
Directed by Kamal Sadanah, the film Roar releases in Bangladesh on 7th November.