Roar is all about a wildlife photographer who goes to the Sunderbans, one of the most dense mangrove forests in the world, where he rescues a white tiger cub only to be discovered and killed by the cub’s mother.
Now, the photographer’s brother Pandit (Abhinav Shukla), who is a commando by profession, is back in the tiger’s territory to avenge the death of his kin. But, despite being a trained soldier he is helpless in a land which belongs to the deadly wild creatures. Wow revenge from a tiger; that’s so romantic.
Roar has nothing exciting about it. It swings between fantasy and adventure genres with sequences which are completely fictionalised and lack any factual base. Wish the creative team could have done some homework. Guys get a life!!
Kamal Sadanah has not bothered to do any research. Group of commandos wear glamorous clothes and take them off as and when they want, the group of commandos are set to kill a man-eater and the group of commandos have all the possible ammunitions and gadgets which they are using for a personal mission. If this was not enough, the women are in hot pants. Way to go Kamal.
What’s funny is the fact that the commandos arrive in the forest with arms and ammunition enough to blow up an entire district.
Roar has the tigress who can outwit the trained men at every point. Instead of falling into the trap meant for her, she devises a way to lead the troupe into the interiors of Sunderbans. She confuses the team with misleading footmarks and wrong symbols and ends up trapping them.
At the end of it, Roar is all about bad scripting and terrible acting. Guess Kamal Sadanah should have learnt from another jungle film Kaal.
Please give us a break and stop making films like these!!
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