The cast and crew of Roar: Tigers Of The Sundarbans is a brave lot. They shot in the dangerous Sundarbans area everyday for a period of 40 days. A team of 150 stayed on 4 ships and the nearest habitat to them was 12 hours away by ship! The daily filming schedule was designed around the timing of the tide which would change every 6 hours. At high tide everyday the terra firma would get immersed in the water leaving little or no place for the team to walk on. It was under these trying conditions the crew worked tirelessly to bring this exciting story on the silver screen.
It is safe to say that no man has ventured this far into the Sundarbans to shoot for a film. It is this beautiful and dangerous experience that the makers of the film want to share with the audience.
Roar: Tigers Of The Sundarbans, produced by Abis Rizvi and directed by Kamal Sadanah releases on 31st October.