Sarkar 3 Movie Review
Sarkar 3 Movie Review: I very much liked the two Sarkars before this—the first (2005) was a better film, the second (2008) had a better script. What I find fascinating about this one is that it’s been over a decade and some, and Amitabh Bachchan genuinely appears frozen in time through it all (God bless)—looking just as quietly determined on screen, sombre, thoughtful, loud, reactive, but at no moment, bored or disinterested.
If there’s one lesson to learn from Sarkar, and yes, there is little difference between Sarkar, and Big B (the character is inconceivable without the actor), it is the immeasurable zest for life, ambition, and politics that the character Subhash Nagre embodies, despite having been there, done that, several times over.
Maybe the profession—politics, like entertainment—has much do with this. People who are active in both, you’ll notice, age much better. And while there’s politics at some level in every home or work-place, this film deals more directly with politics inside a fortress/palace, or the Nagre family, as it were. Which is loosely modeled on Shiv Sena’s Thackeray family in Mumbai. Where the patriarch is still alive, having lost pretty much everyone else, through death or deceit. Ronit Roy plays Sarkar’s consigliore. He is on infinite brood-mode. Like everyone else in this semi sepia tone picture.
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The one surviving member of the family, the grandson (Amit Sadh)—son of the estranged Vishnu (Kay Kay Menon) if you remember—returns home to test the waters. Basically everyone plays the other in this pic. Trust is an issue. The premise is interesting enough. But this is also a Ram Gopal Varma film. So, well.
Creating a political series having a close resemblance to Maharashtra politics and a Godfather type storytelling is what made most of us like Sarkar, the first in the trilogy. Over time, RGV lost that in the sequels and this time too, he seems to have landed on the wrong port.
Sakar 3 seems to be a rehash of what we have seen before and there’s hardly anything novel here. The double-crossing and betrayals are not crafted cleverly and hence for most of us who have followed the series closely, the twists in the second half are pretty much predictable.
At many junctures, the story seems extremely hurried. To top it all, the dialogues are extremely corny and make you chuckle every once in a while, especially the whole sequence of Jackie Shroff’s character and his dimwit girlfriend.
The film opens with a powerful speech by Sarkar, talking about staying true to one’s principles. This is where you realise that the film is not going beyond Big B’s strong screen presence and dedication to his character.
Sarkar 3 Film Makers:
|Story/Write||Ram Gopal Verma|
|Directed||Ram Gopal Verma|
|Producer||Parag Sanghvi, Raju Chaddha, Sunil A Lulla|
|Studio / Distributor||Eros International|
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Star Cast & Role:
|Amitabh Bacchan||Subhash Nagre/Sakar|
|Manoj Bajpayee||Govinf Deshpande|
|Yami Gautan||Annu Karkare|
|Amit Saghre||Shivaji Nagre/Cheeku|
|Jackie Shroff||Michael Vallya|
|Parag Tyagi||Raman Guru|
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