Tiger works for the local Don Bhaktawar but never hesitates to revolt against him if he harms his friends or family. When his girlfriend Jumma's brother Gonsalves is killed by Bhakhtawar for revolting against him, Tiger promises revenge.

A wealthy and cruel businessman, Bhaktawar lord over a dockyard making all the workers his slaves. All the workers will work but no one will entail a salary, the union leader Tiger opposes ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Matthew W (ag) wrote: charming, cheesy, mostly positive and quite funny with good music.

Jim L (kr) wrote: Wow! This is such a great movie. The director should be recognized for not only telling a very compelling story about the Master Sommeiler Exam, which most people have never heard of; but he did an amazing job of highlighting some of the characters and giving heart to the story. I was not only educated and enlightened during this film, as you hope you are with any documentary; but I was engaged with the people that were going through this process. I find it rare where a director can really dig deep into a subject and still keep the people front and center in the film. This movie is similar to Fistful of Quarters, but for wine. There are passionate people about a very niche topic and the movie shows you why they care, and at the end of the film you end up caring about these people.

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Gary S (br) wrote: A very informal movie.

Susan R (de) wrote: You get to the end and you still don't get it. A waste of time for a movie that doesn't make sense.

Tyler P (es) wrote: Survival urbain. Pas mal.

derrick s (br) wrote: Great movie , with all the great acting you'd expect. Good story.

Criss T (us) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies Rani Mukherjee is great on here I own this movie

Benjamin O (ca) wrote: This movie was way ahead of its time.

L P (de) wrote: It was alright, not particularly memorable, but good enough.

Jonny S (gb) wrote: I really don't watch a lot of family films, this one i saw on TV...and it was exiting, i accually wondered what would happen at almost all times!!! At the end, i accually started crying, lol...when the diabetes-guy (grandpa) and his son said they loved each other...=) It was really emotional, and it was accually exiting was was really nice=)=)=) It struk me right away, this was a six-star movie...

RiP M (it) wrote: Saw this regrettable teen pop fluff when I was a kid ... why on earth I remembered it out of the blue is beyond me. Horrid.

Kimberly S (fr) wrote: An interesting and disturbing history lesson with an asylum angle.

Ricky M (it) wrote: Not a bad movie. It has some good moments and it's not a comedy all the time. It's needed a better director.

(gb) wrote: Greatest soundtrack ever...

Ace T (ag) wrote: It's a genuine relief to see actual human stories -- and not only ones that end with a bang -- still being made. This movie is a triumph from beginning to end, with it's biggest strength lying behind Mark Ruffolo's virtuoso/career-best performance, that is only emblematic of the amazing streak of roles this uniquely subtle actor has been giving us in recent years. "Infinitely polar bear" is a wonderful effort from first time director, Maya Forbes who bases the script on her own childhood experience, dealing with a Bi-Polar father. This is, without a doubt, one of the most important and underrated films of the year.