The White Tigeer (2021), Rajkummar Rao, Priyanka Chopra, Netflix

THE WHITE TIGER (2021): New Trailer Starring Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, Adarsh Gourav…

The White Tigeer (2021), Adarsh Gourav, Netflix
The White Tigeer (2021), Adarsh Gourav, Netflix

Based on Aravind Adiga’s bestselling book of the same name, new drama The White Tiger is the story of the epic journey of a poor Indian driver who must use his wit and cunning to break free from servitude to his rich masters.

Co-written and directed by Ramin Bahrani; Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao and Adarsh Gourav star.

I’m excited for this one on account of the very compelling story set in a country I’m ever curious about. Also, Priyanka Chopra! This will be my first Chopra movie that seems to be fully English-speaking while set in India.

Perrie Kapernaros, Nalneesh Neel, Vedant Sinha, Aaron Wan, Abhishek Khandekar and Mahesh Pillai also star.

The White Tiger Release Dates: January (2021), (US & US) Netflix…

Happy Film Loving

G

11 thoughts on “THE WHITE TIGER (2021): New Trailer Starring Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, Adarsh Gourav…”

    1. I’ve heard great things about this story. Thought about reading the book but I feel like it’s too late to read it before the movie now. Reason being, I usually like there to be at least 5/6 months between book and film. That way I can forget a few things that happened and be a little surprised.

      1. I guess I’ve never really thought about the timing in this way before but it’s an interesting thought. I finished the book yesterday so it’s all very fresh in my mind – my imagined visuals….it will be interesting to see how much of that changes after I watch the series. I wouldn’t be able to read the book if I’d already seen the series – no matter how long ago though – that would spoil it for me 😊✨

      2. I completely understand about only reading the book then watching a movie, rather than watching a movie, then reading the book.

        And yes, spotting the differences between the book and the movie will be part of the fun. Though, films are rarely better than the books they’re based on. Nevertheless, if there is a difference, let’s hope it’s just as good if not an improvement on th eoriginal. πŸ€“πŸ€ž

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