Four years after its first screening at Toronto International Film Festival, Emraan Hashmi starrer Tigers is at last discharging. Coordinated by worldwide movie producer Danis Tanovich (best known for coordinating Academy Award-winning film No Man’s Land), Tigers depends on a genuine story of a Pakistani pharmaceutical sales representative Ayan (Emraan Hashmi) who understands that the item he is offering for a global firm is in charge of the demise of newborn children. In spite of all the chances against him and life dangers to him and his relatives, Ayan goes up against one of the greatest MNCs of the world.
The best thing I enjoyed about this genuine story was that our saint, the hero was appeared to be others conscious as opposed to a prude superhuman. There are minutes in the film when he has apprehensions about his activities and even considers pulling out and that is the place his family comes in for good help. These little characteristics in him make the character relatable.