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Tiger

Out Of Theatre
16 Jun, 2017 2 hrs 35 mins U/A
Pradeep, Madhuurima, P. Ravi Shankar, Chikkanna, Om Puri, Sonia Agarwal, Avinash Yelandur, Tabla Nani, Rangayana Raghu
Synopsis
This film can interest those who like the old school brand of commercial cinema. Though, take enough snacks along as the film's length is a tad longer than it should have ideally been.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Ashok Nayak wants to be a police officer, much against his father's wish. He falls in love with a girl named Gauri, who has a lustful suitor who she wants to get away from. While saving her from him, Ashok discovers a surprising truth about his father, which adds more drama to his already complicated situation.

Nanda Kishora has proven that he is capable of making good commercial cinema thus far. With Tiger came the onus of reintroducing Pradeep with a mass makeover, which Nanda has tried to do leaving no commercial formula untouched. Does he succeed? Fairly to a large extent, though one does get tired at times as the pace slackens occasionally and the film could have been a good half an hour shorter.

The film begins on a rather jagged note, with shoddy graphics and an over-the-top introduction sequence and mandatory song. The movie probably gains momentum only around half an hour later, following a rather forced comic love sequence. The entry of the bad men in the plot is when the pace picks up. The post interval sequences, especially the flashback sequences in Mumbai, are some of the best moments in the film. The climax of the film seems a tad stretched, but that can be pardoned in a commercial caper. There are some clever twists, especially in the second half, which redeem the interest of the viewer.

A lot of the responsibility rested on Pradeep's shoulder, given this was a script tailor-made for his relaunch. He succeeds to a large extent, though one wishes at times the extra masala in the film could have been done away with. K Shivaram too has an author-backed role. P Ravi Shankar, yet again, impresses as the baddie, though one wishes there was some novelty in the roles being offered to him to not have that déjà vu feeling. Nyra Bannerjee has doesn't have much to do except oscillating between looking pretty, scary and scared.

This film can interest those who like the old school brand of commercial cinema. Though, take enough snacks along as the film's length is a tad longer than it should have ideally been.
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Avg Users’ Rating 3.5/5 ( 7 users )
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Umesh Singh
Pradeep has acted very in this movie
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