Panaji, December 5, 2010 (Calcutta Tube/IBNS) A wildlife filmmaker feels that his movie ‘Tiger Queen’ is stronger than celebrity ambassadors appealing people to protect tigers.
[ReviewAZON asin=”1552979490″ display=”inlinepost”]“There are more NGOs working for the cause of tiger protection than the tigers existing in the country. There are lots of people in the save tiger cause and I don’t want to join this club,” S Nallumuthu told reporters after his film was screened in the Short Film Centre of IFFI 2010 on Saturday.
The action-packed ‘Tiger Queen’ explores the battle for power and supremacy in the wild tiger family. The film, produced by Grey Films India Private Limited, was shot in Ranthambore and Sariska National Parks in Rajasthan.
“This is the first ever film on wildlife shot on high definition (HD) camera…It was filmed over 130 days spread in just two days,” he said, adding that the movie is an emotional drama of the tiger clan.
The filmmaker claims that the movie is based on a real story by tracking a tiger family in their habitat.
“I feel the audience will be touched after watching the movie. Instead of a celebrity appealing to save tigers, we have presented this movie to work for the cause of protecting tigers in India,” he said.
(Reporting by John Edwards)