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Times of India
After his photojournalist brother gets killed by a white tigress in the jungles of the Sundarbans, Pandit (Abhinav Shukla) and his team of commandos enter the prohibited core area of the forest to avenge his death.
In order to realise their mission, they seek the help of local guide Madhu (Pranay Dixit) and tracker Jhumpa (Himarsha V). Obviously, the 'hunters' soon realise that their plan may not be foolproof after all and their lives could be in danger. From running out of useful resources in the dense mangrove forest, being chased by the vicious local poacher Bheera (Subrat Dutta) to facing the dangerous tigers, the group is forced to take the ultimate test of survival.
Those who are not hooked onto Hollywood films won't mind watching (former actor) Kamal Sadanah's ambitious directorial debut, which can be applauded for its novelty and decent VFX. Kamal has dared to make an animal-centric thriller, a genre unexplored in Bollywood.
The sound effects, background score, visual effects, cinematography - especially the aerial shots of the Sundarbans - manage to create a tense mood. Even the end credits have been shot well. However, the excessively weak story acts as a major spoiler. No sane person would risk his life and go looking for a tigress in a tiger reserve to seek revenge! It's unethical, illogical, immoral, all rolled into one. Even as a survival thriller, it fails to hold your attention. For how long can visuals make up for a drab story?
The performances disappoint as well. Abhinav Shukla is decent but has no scope and the rest are forgettable. Nora Fatehi's skimpy clothes are simply inappropriate given the setting and Himarsha V's weird dialogue delivery adds to your burden. The constant commentary about the history and culture of the jungles gets boring too.
You can still watch the film if you are obsessed with the Sundarbans or the tigers (in that order).