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Sarkar 3

Sarkar 3

12 May, 2017
2 hrs 12 mins
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Sarkar 3 looks at power and its attraction as the primary basis for human conflicts. The plot, once again, deals with the multifaceted crisis in Subhash Nagre’s (Amitabh Bachchan) life. The introduction of new characters that are set to create havoc in Sarkar’s life from outside his circle - Govind Deshpandey (Manoj Bajpayee), who plays Sarkar’s rival political opponent, Annu Karkare (Yami Gautam), who uses Cheeku (Amit Sadh), Sarkar's arrogant grandson, to seek revenge on Sarkar, and Gokul (Ronit Roy), his trusted wingman. Sarkar 3, this time, will see much larger dramatic events and larger-than-life characters set against a backdrop of one-upmanships, criminal business practices, and terrifying conspiracies.
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Verdict: A suspense that cannot sustain the film. Sarkar 3 is the third instalment of the decently successful Sarkar series directed by Ram Gopal Varma. For the uninitiated, Subhash Nagre is Sarkar, a beloved and a morally sound political figure with immense power and public support. In the prequels Sarkar (2005) and Sarkar Raj (2008), Nagre loses both his []... ...Read full review
Subhash Nagre or Sarkar (Amitabh Bachchan), the patriarch of the most powerful political family of Maharashtra, continues to hold centre-stage because of his immense clout with the masses. In this outing, the Godfather is joined by his grandson Shivaji Nagre(Amit Sadh), who loves and hates his grandfather with equal intensity. Will Shivaji betray Subhash? Or will he become a prey to his grandfathers machinations? ...Read full review
Sarkar 3, the third film in the Sarkar (2005) franchise, opens with a typical Ram Gopal Varma punch line, giving us hopes of him returning to his comfort zone and top form. ...Read full review
Like many of his Bollywood counterparts, Ram Gopal Varma has a serious case of sequelitis - making sequels to cash in on the franchise, without much regard that the latest entry takes the franchise downhill. When the second instalment, Sarkar Raj (2008) was made, it took from where Sarkar (2005) ended. Sarkar 3, made almost a decade after Sarkar Raj, has no mention of Anita (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan), who took over the reigns from Shankar (Abhishek Bachchan) as Sarkar. ...Read full review
Sarkar 3 is an improvement on many of Varmas recent films, which, quite frankly, were unwatchable to say the least. Yet its steeped in familiarity and an overwhelming sense of repetition and pointlessness. Did we really need another Sarkar film? Sadly, the answer is no. ...Read full review