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Mari Tiger, a Kannada movie, directed by Satya P N witnesses a cast of promising actors including Vinod Prabhakar, Teju, Petrol Prasanna and other significant actors. The audience expressed their eagerness to eyewitness the skill and flair of their iconic Tiger Prabhakar’s son in this film.
The plot of Mari Tiger encompasses the life of an orphan, who manages his living through contract jobs. He pays his loyalty to nobody, but money. Finding his haven in an abandoned compartment, Tiger discovers a ray of hope in a girl names Ganga. The entire story revolves around the turn of events that comes about through the interactions of the two lead protagonists. The audience is left to wonder the fate of the orphan child as he works his way out from the clutches of darkness within the society into an open, bright surrounding with the help of Ganga.
The film seems to be a launching pad for Vinod Prabhakar, son of the respectable actor Tiger Prabhakar. The movie starts off with a tense situation of a distressed woman, and the hero enters after a couple of dialogues that sing his praise. It sets off like all other mass films. The powerless and vulnerable woman, Ganga, becomes the guiding ray of promise and hope.
With his temptations for money, Tiger finds it difficult to avoid the twists in the plot. Vinod’s strength and brawl presented through the characterization of Tiger showcase his heroism. Despite the fight against justice, the film also upholds familial sentiments.
We find the lead actor performing in the ways, as that of his father, Tiger Prabhakar. While the actor showcases his finesse through his portrayal of the character, one cannot help but feel awe and surprise at the sudden shifts in his acting.
• Music is good
What’s not there?
• Structured editing
• Directorial could have been better
The film is packed with action and thriller from the very beginning till the very end. Fans of action cinema will be satisfied while others may feel a bit disappointed. The story can appear to be predictable at some points, but the direction and cinematography keep the viewers entertained.
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