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, especially when you consider the background of the team.
The brother here is a wildlife photographer, who rescues a young cub caught in a poacher's trap. He brings the injured cub to his tent, much to the chagrin of the locals. The forest officer comes over and takes the injured cub. The mother tiger comes sniffing the scent of the baby's blood and attacks the photographer.
Pundit (Abhinav Shukla) comes to the reserved area to claim his brother's body but when the forest officers refuses him permission to go any further, he sets up a crack team to kill the tiger.
The crack team has two beauties, one CJ (Nora Fatehi) who is always in a state of undress, and another Jhumpa (Himarasha V) who is the 'queen' of the jungle. Jhumpa puts 'Mandakani under the waterfall' to shame! She is hired to lead the team to the Tiger.
The rest of the guys are hunks who are super eye candies-Ali Quli, Aaran Chaudhary, Aadil Chahal, Pranay Dixit and Pulkit Jawahar. Each morning they wake up in the jungle with lip-gloss, eyelashes and make up intact!
Having said that, watching ROAR-TIGERS OF THE SUNDERBANS is a cinematic delight. The special effects and the action sequences in the jungle are breathtakingly captured and the film has an overall 'exciting appeal'.
Even for the weak plot, I would recommend watching this movie if you like that adrenalin rush.
Good attempt Kamal Sadanah. It takes the brave to explore the lives of the tigers. At least it was better than BANG BANG and HAPPY NEW YEAR put together!