Sarkar 3 Review & Ratings

By - May 12, 2017 - 12:37 PM IST

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Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam, Jackie Shroff, Ronit Roy, Yami Gautam, Manoj Bajpayee, Parag Tyagi, Rohini, Bajrangbali Singh
Production Companies: Alumbra Entertainment, AB Corp Ltd
Music: Ravi Shankar
Editor: Anwar Ali
Cinematography: Amol Rathod
Story: Nilesh Girkar
Writers: P Jaya Kumar & RamKumar Sing
Producers: Rahul Mittra, Anand Pandit, Gopal Shivram Dalvi, Krishna Choudhary
Screenplay-Direction: Ram Gopal Varma 

Two fictional characters are looked at a size of larger than the life on Indian screen. They are larger because, they cannot be restricted to one film, but flow perennial as sequels. One is Baahubali and the other is Sarkar. The difference is- Baahubali doesn't belong to current times, but Sarkar does.

Sarkar 3 Plot:
Ram Gopal Varma delivered something that which he only can do. This is the story of aged Sarkar who comes out from the shackles of conspiracies to end him. But what intelligence he applies and to what extent he goes is the matter.
Sarkar 3 Performances:
Amitabh Bachchan as Angry Sarkar, Amit Sadh as Shivaji Nagre, Supriya Pathak as Pushpa Nagre, Manoj Bajpayee as Govind Deshpande, Jackie Shroff as Michael Vallya, Ronit Roy as Gokul, Parag as Raman gave their best performances in this flick. Yami Gautam & Rohini's performances also added the much-needed solidness to the story.   

Sarkar 3 Analysis:

The approach RGV chose to narrate this film appeals to the audience those really can focus on every small detailing in dialogue and scene conceiving. The scene of debate between Deshpande and Sarkar regarding Rajneethi and Gandhism stands as a highlight. Interval scene and climax stand out as unexpected surprises for audience. 
Amol Rathod excelled as cinematographer with brilliance in composing every shot. Ravi Shankar's background score is up to the requirement and didn't tax the heads. Many dialogues are worth underlining.
Yami looked hot but she has completely confined to conspiracies. Amit Sadh nailed it with outstanding performance. He will be remembered with the role of Shivaji for quite a long time. Jackie Shroff is adequate. It's an out and out RGV's film showcasing the abilities of Amitabh and Amit Sadh.
No songs, no romance, no love track...it's out and out political drama within the family. The climax makes the audience fulfilled. This film is for serious film lovers who can handle this genre, but not for those who long for laughs and romance between main leads.
Though some scenes look repetitive from Sarkar1, they dont bother at all for the intensity in dialogue, sound and technical brilliance. 


+ Amitabh Bachchan
+ Amit Sadh
+ Cinematography
+ Dialogues
+ Background Score


- Every character in almost every scene looks eating or drinking something. Why so?

Sarkar 3 Verdict:
On a whole, it's a film to be watched without any second thought. Watch it. 
Rating: 3.25/5
Review by Atul Saxena from Mumbai

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