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Cert 15
128 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language, violence, sex references

To those who have not seen much Indian cinema, The White Tiger may present a few shocks.
So, yes, filmmakers would have us believe that corruption is on epidemic levels in the world's largest democracy and, yes, the difference between the haves and haves not is ginormous.
And, yes, the only way of getting from bottom to top in its social pecking order is by stepping on heads.
Ramin Bahrani's movie has echoes of many Bollywood thrillers with a nod to Slumdog Millionaire and Lion which are much better-known in the West.
But it is quite a lot grittier than many.
The adaptation of Aravind Adiga's novel stars Adarsh Gourav as Balram a boy with big ideas from a poor village family.
His story hinges on a late-night car crash which we see before the movie spins back in time to chronicle Balram's life up to that point and beyond.
Balram narrates key moments and there are plenty of them, particularly when he inveigles himself with a powerful family so they give him a job.
He uses an unhealthy degree of cunning to position himself as a driver to the youngest son (Rajkummar Rao) and his wife (Priyanka Chopra-Jonas).
In his view, this is a temporary stop on the way to business domination.
The trajectory of Balram's ambition is clear but, inevitably, it doesn't run as smoothly as in his dreams.
However, he is prepared to sacrifice body and soul to achieve what he believes is his destiny.
I was impressed by Gourav in the lead role - he has to call on a full range of emotions and does well not to be overshadowed by the big stars in the cast.
But we couldn't quite put our finger on why The White Tiger didn't meet our expectations.
I suspect it might have been simply down to the fact that it needed a big screen to enable its key moments to have maximum effect.
Certainly, I reckon I would have jumped a couple of times if I had been in the cinema.
Or perhaps it jolts around too much. 
Whatever the reason, we enjoyed The White Tiger but we weren't rapt.

Reasons to watch: Twisting thriller
Reasons to avoid: Jolts around a lot

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you know?
India has been ranked 80th least corrupt countries out of 180 countries in the Corruption Perception Index prepared by Transparency International.  Denmark and New Zealand cornered the top spot, followed by Finland, Singapore, Sweden and Switzerland.

The final word. Ramin Bahrani: "I was fortunate enough to read early drafts of The White Tiger almost four years before it was published. I was immediately riveted by the book, its themes, its ideas, and especially the main character. Balram is just so electric, and his narration - it's a first-person narration like in the film - was just so funny and sarcastic and dark and insightful and satirical. I've been waiting 15 years now to make the film." Screen Rant


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