The White Tiger: Rajkummar Rao, Priyanka Chopra starrer The White Tiger, premiered on Netflix on Friday, January 22. The movie is directed by Ramin Bahrani and has arrived online today and has created quite a stir on the internet. Sad to hear that the movie was leaked online for free HD download on hacking sites Tamilrockers and Telegram, among others. The White Tiger is the highest rated movie on Netflix and features Adarsh Gourav, Mahesh Manjrekar, Perrie Kapernaros, and Swaroop Sampat. The film is the film adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s book, The White Tiger.
The White Tiger, released on January 22, opened to much applause. Netizens praised Priyanka-Rajkummar’s film. The White Tiger received positive reviews from critics who praised its direction, script, and cast performances. It tells the story of a driver for a wealthy Indian couple who uses his wit and cunning to escape poverty and become an entrepreneur.
Several strict actions have been taken against the site in the past, but the team behind the site has been found to come up with a new domain each time the existing Tamilrockers site is blocked. If they are banned, they take over a new domain and run the movies’ pirated versions. Tamilrockers have been known to filter movies only hours after the film hit the screens in big movie premieres.
Real story of The White Tiger movie:
To cope and better understand the world around us in quarantine, people turned to books — from Orwell to Huxley to Harari — books that hold a mirror to our past, present, and future. Indian-Australian writer Aravind Adiga’s 2008 debut novel did the same by humorously exhibiting the trials and tribulations of a man whose life was hanging by a thread called caste. The White Tiger is a retrospective narration of Balram Halwai’s (belonging to a sweet-maker caste in India) life from rags to riches. But unlike a typical rags-to-riches motivational tale, this story takes us into the dark side of the human psyche, and the choices people have to make to achieve success in an unequal society. More than penury, it is the caste inequality that the book underlines through its lucid prose.
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