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The White Tiger trailer: Priyanka, Rajkummar and Adarsh’s film is a social satire that stands out

The White Tiger trailer released last night and it is as hard-hitting as it gets. Adapted from the novel by the same name, which was written by Aravind Adiga, it has a cast like no other. Featuring Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, and Adarsh Gourav in pivotal roles, the movie is an intriguing satire.

In fact, the movie was shot only recently in India, and we were shown the first look a couple of days back. While those who don’t know much about the book might be in for a treat, those who do know, could be too. The film has all the actors beautifully come together for the story of how the social class that exists is evil but also narrates more to it.

Check out The White Tiger trailer here:

The film narrates the story Balram (Adarsh), who is the narrator of his own story. We see a gradual shift in him, at the end of which he is an entrepreneur. While he undergoes that transformation, he is at first, the drive for the US returned couple. While it begins to feel that it is all harmless in the beginning, the darkness eventually unfolds.

However, it takes just one incident for things to change, and thereafter, he becomes a rebel. And while we may not know how things fall into place, we do see him become his own master, in the end. While The White Tiger trailer is out now, the movie will be releasing in select theatres in December. However, others can enjoy the movie on Netflix, later in January.

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S.J
There is no such thing as enough of reading and writing, or so I believe. While everything else might cause saturation, words always come to the rescue. A writer for a major part of my life, I take things as they come, but not without a pen and paper.

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