Just like the plot of 'Roar: Tigers of the Sunderbans, the shooting of this film was filled with many adventures along the way. Director Kamal Sadanah revealed, "We worked in accordance with the laws and norms there as we were in a place that belonged to a host of other inhabitants. Everywhere we went, we would see fresh pug marks." The plot of this film goes perfectly well these adventures that will be translated on-screen with some of the best VFX effects in Bollywood.
Producer Abis Rizvi added, "Only 20 percent of the Sundarbans area is under the ambit of the Indian Government and they are very skeptical about opening it up for tourism as they want to protect the delicate ecological balance there, not to mention, their famous (and dangerous) inhabitants." This film is all set to release on the 31st of October this year.