3.5/5 stars

In The White Tiger, an impoverished urchin from a low-caste village profits from India’s rapidly evolving economy to reinvent himself as a slick, savvy urban entrepreneur.

Along the way, Ramin Bahrani’s propulsive adaptation of a Man Booker Prize winning novel of the same name by Indian-Australian author Aravind Adiga exposes how an archaic class system, institutionalised gender inequality, and systemic corruption remain an indelible part of the world’s largest democracy.

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