Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Yami Gautam, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy, Amit Sadh
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Duration: 2 hours 14 minutes
After the success of SARKAR and SARKAR RAAJ, Ram Gopal Varma comes up with the 3rd part as SARKAR 3. Is he able to continue with same thrill based story to surprised audience? First, 2 parts are based on Amitabh Bachchan’s miraculous performance.
The film starts off with the line ‘Real power is not about fear, it comes out of respect’ and the introduction of Subhash Nagre’s (Amitabh Bachchan) inspirational and motivational speech to his followers. After the death of his two sons, Vishnu (K.K. Menon) and Shankar (abhishek Bachchan), Subhash Nagre’s view have slightly changed for politics and democracy. Now he is cocooned for the most part, by two lieutenants Gokul(Ronit) and Raman(Parag). His grandson Cheeku, vishnu’s son (amit Shah) love and hate him equally.
Again, this story is based on conspiracies to destroy Subhash Nagre’s supremacy. Is his grandson also involve in these conspiracies? Even as the power-struggle within the four walls of the Nagre home intensifies, outsiders like Govind Deshpande (Manoj), a political aspirant, Michael Vallya(Jackie) and a power-broker Gandhi(Bajrangbali), also plotted to destroy Sarkar. Soon all the important characters get so interlinked that it becomes difficult to figure out who’s on whose side.
Subhash Nagre’s dialogues somewhere very superficial.He keeps repeating lines such as ‘jaan se maar dunga’ and ‘main naatak kar raha tha’ which eventually mitigated the essence of him being a miser with words.
Finally Sarkar 3 success depends on Amitabh Bachchan’s aura. Despite of repeating dialogues, he holds audience’s attention. Ronit Roy also did best with his character.