The makers of Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao and Adarsh Gourav starrer The White Tiger have been keeping us hooked to their social media handles. After teasing us with first looks, posters and even a trailer, the makers have now dropped a new trailer of the film. Netflix original film The White Tiger is based on the New York Times bestseller and 2008 Man Booker Prize-winning novel with the same name. After watching the first trailer we couldn’t hold back to see another one and let us tell you it is equally intriguing.
The White Tiger leading actress and co-producer Priyanka Chopra shared a new trailer of the film. The 2-minute-20 second trailer sees the journey of driver Balram, played by Adarsh Gourav, who breaks all odds to be on the top of his game. The trailer opens with Balram saying that he always wanted to be Rajkummar Rao’s driver. However later, the shocking twist in the plot is introduced when Mahesh Manjrekar asks Adarsh Gourav to take the blame of a huge accident on his head.
While Adarsh is seen begging and pleading for his life, he then decides to take revenge and be on the top of his game using his clever mind. The White Tiger to stream from January 22 on the OTT platform. Watch the video below:
Earlier releasing the first trailer, Priyanka Chopra had captioned the video, “#TheWhiteTiger Presenting the first look trailer of #TheWhiteTiger. You believe your destiny is what was bred in you... till you find a way to break free. I'm so proud to be part of this project. From writer-director Ramin Bahrani, The White Tiger is an adaptation of The New York Times Bestseller & the 2008 Man Booker Prize-Winning novel by Aravind Adiga. WATCH it in select theatres December and on Netflix, January 22, 2021, #TheWhiteTigerNetflix.” (ALSO READ: The White Tiger Credits Lie: Adarsh Gourav Is Not Debuting With This Priyanka Chopra-Rajkummar Rao Starrer)
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