Tiger (2017 film)

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Directed by Nanda Kishore
Produced bySmt. Chikkaboramma
Written by
Screenplay by Tharun Kishore Sudhir
Starring Pradeep
Nyra Banerjee
K. Shivram
P. Ravishankar
Sadhu Kokila
Music by Arjun Janya
CinematographySudhakar S Raj
Edited byK M Prakash
Inchara Film Factory
Distributed byJack Manjunath (MYSORE Talkies)
Release date
  • June 16, 2017 (2017-06-16)
Running time
155 minutes

Tiger is a 2017 Indian Kannada action film directed by Nanda Kishore, produced by Smt. Chikkaboramma under the banner Inchara Film Factory. [1] The film stars Pradeep, Nyra Banerjee, Om Puri, K. Shivram, P. Ravishankar, Chikkanna and Sadhu Kokila in prominent roles.


Music was composed by Arjun Janya, art direction by Mohan B Kere for the film. Stunt sequence choreographed by Thriller Manju, Different Danny, Vijay, Ganesh, and Ravi Varma. It was dubbed in Hindi as Policewale ki Jung.


The movie Tiger is a Kannada action packed thriller film led by the young star Pradeep (protagonist) who dreams to become a police officer which is against the wish of his father played by the well known actor and also a very famous Ex IAS officer K Shivram. Why is the father against the wish and the dream of his son is the crux of the story.



In August 2014 Pradeep, Tharun Kishore Sudhir and Nanda Kishore Decided to a project together. Tharun kishore Sudhir wrote the script just for Pradeep and his elder brother Nanda Kishora decided to Direct. The film was started under the banner of Inchara Film Factory [2] which produced its first film under the producer Smt. Chikkaboramma. This is Pradeep's come back movie [3] and is expected to do very well at the box office as it has the best technicians of the Kannada film industry and is made with a rich production value. This is the last appearance of the Indian actor Om Puri on a Kannada film before his death. [4]


Arjun Janya also known as the magical composer of sandalwood has composed the soundtrack and background music for the film. The soundtrack album consists of six songs. Lyrics for the tracks were written by V. Nagendra Prasad, Yogaraj Bhat, Yoganand Muddan and Lokesh Krishna. Track released on the internet prior to the film release went viral which was sung by the Kannada super star Sudeep and still remains a chart topper. Beladingla ratrili a romantic song sung by Sonu Nigam is still a favorite amongst the younger crowd. Deciding to tie up with a music label the producers released the album in November 2016 under Lahari Music company. The audio was released by the Ex chief minister of Karnataka Shri B. S. Yeddyurappa.

1."Tiger Tiger" Sudeep 4:03
2."Beladingla Ratri" Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Bhat 3:59
3."Tinnada Unnada" Vijay Prakash 4:05
4."Item Song Agbeku Ban" Manjula Gururaj 4:15
5."Ganapathi Jai" Shankar Mahadevan 4:42
6."Bottom of my heart"Sunil Rao, Priyanka2:52

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