A lot of stories and films have been made on richness and poverty, but Priyanka Chopra (Rajkummar Rao) and Ardash Gaurav’s film The White Tiger It seems to make its place in a different way.
Priyanka Chopra (Priyanka Chopra), who has become a Hollywood star from Bollywood, has once again appeared on the screen with the story of India. In the past, Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, and Ardash Gaurav (Adarsh Gourav) starrer film The White Tiger has been released. A lot of stories and films have been made on rich-poverty and servant-owner, but this film ‘The White Tiger’ seems to make its place in a very different way.
Cast: Rajkumar Rao, Priyanka Chopra, Adarsh Gaurav, Mahesh Manjrekar
Director: Ramin Bahrani
Duration: 2 hours 5 minutes
The film is based on the novel
These days there is no time when films of two different streams were made in the name of parallel cinema and commercial cinema. Now, in the era of OTT, the cinema is the same in the whole world, so basically a film made in English is able to present the story of the world of Hindi speakers in the best way. However, the film has also been dubbed in Hindi, but you do not see the film’s soul tampering in its dubbing from anywhere to anywhere. The film is based on ‘The White Tiger’, based on the famous novel by Arvind Adiga.
Film showing India and India’s politics
Amir Poor is not a film formula but a reality. It would not be wrong to say that ‘The White Tiger’ should be seen by those who do politics of India and India. Because while there is a stock of sympathy and schemes for the poor on paper, the film says that the truth is far from it. Here, an attempt has been made to show the struggle of the poor mind and the ability to break the cage of slavery.
What a story
Balaram Halwai (Adarsh Gaurav) is a child born in a poor family in a small village who is a victim of hunger, misery and helplessness. His father has died, the child of the family buried in the debt of the zamindar (Mahesh Manjrekar), Balaram sees this pain like the freedom of the father. He is smart in reading, but due to poverty, his studies are missed, but all these circumstances do not take away Balaram’s dreams. Balaram wants to go to the city and become the driver of his own landlord’s son. Balaram reaches Delhi from this small village named Laxmangarh. Balaram, who works at the tea shop, makes every effort to win the heart of Ashok (Rajkumar Rao), the son of the owner of the coal mine (Mahesh Manjrekar). The story has also told how big is the battle of becoming the number 1 servant of his boss. Because here Balaram exposes the pre-existing driver that he is not a Hindu but a Muslim. In this way, by doing politics, Balaram clears the old driver out of his way. Balaram now becomes the driver of Ashok and his wife Pinky (Priyanka Chopra). After which he feels that his poverty and troubles are over. But the real twist comes when wife Pinky (Priyanka Chopra) crushes a small girl in a car while driving fast. Balaram brings them out of there, but later he realizes that he is being made responsible for the accident. Balaram gets caught in the ambition here to please his boss and free himself from this pizzeria. Now to know how Balaram becomes a big man in the end, you have to watch the film.
It is never easy to make a film on a best and famous novel. Because people know the story and their own fantasies have woven the characters. But Ramin Bahrani has been very successful in presenting this film on the silver screen. In his direction, the story runs so tightly that it does not give you a chance to get up in the middle. The story starts in two hours and 16 minutes from The White Tiger Village, slowly taking shape like a thriller but not catching up to the same pace. Ramin Bahrani has made the script very simple.
The star cast of the film is tremendous. Rajkumar Rao, Priyanka Chopra and Mahesh Manjrekar have already got their acting ironed. But among all this, ideal pride seems to be the brightest. His acting is so powerful that he is seen roaring like the real ‘The White Tiger’ in front of everyone.