In his first glorifying leading role, Adarsh Gourav plays the character of a poverty-stricken boy who struggles to change his fate. Balram Halwai(Adarsh Gourav) tries to climb the rope of the class system and becomes the chauffeur for Ashok(Rajkumar Rao), the Strok’s son. The story reflects the rise and fall of the characters in personate of power and respect and takes them to their destiny. Based on the novel of the same name (The White Tiger), the movie explores the field of feudalism, poverty, power, and servitude along with flexible actors like Priyanka Chopra and Rajkumar Rao in the role of Pinky and Ashok, respectively.
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Priyanka Chopra does her bit, though her American-desi rebellious ‘bahu’ is a bit fuzzily dealt with. But the film belongs to Adarsh Gourav, who channels that very specific, razor-sharp mixture of obsequiousness and rage, to come up with a stellar performance.
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