Ramin Bahrani

Filmmaker, director of “The White Tiger”

Filmmaker and director of “The White Tiger”

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The new Netflix movie “The White Tiger” is based on the darkly comic novel of the same name, which follows the rise of Balram, a clever servant played by Adarsh Gourav.

‘The White Tiger’: Ramin Bahrani turned his friend Aravind Adiga’s novel into a hit film some 30 years after they met

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