Sarkar 3 Review - RGV's attempt to re-establish himself
Desimartini | Updated - May 15, 2017 13:17 PM IST
Sarkar 3 the 2nd sequel to the Sarkar series is an attempt to reinstate the Ram Gopal Verma’s name as on of the top director in India.
The movie revolves around several politics crimes which makes it even more interesting. The script however seems unjust to the heavyweight cast of brilliant actors like Amitabh Bachan.
Since Amitabh Bachan is in the cast it wouldn’t be wrong to say that sarkar’s success relies on Amitabh Bachchan’s charisma, and he knows his character by heart. Despite over-chewed dialogues in the opening sequence, he holds our attention. The same can be said about Ronit Roy who sparkles in an emotional confrontation with Nagre. Subhash Nagre (Amitabh Bachchan) is still bossing around, but there is a slight change in his style and modus operandi. But unlike Sarkar 1 And 2, he has started to react more to the people around him. It’s a graceful shift to a character that understands the delicate relationship between politics and democracy.
Yami Gautam on the other hand seemed week as a perpetuator of violence. Her desire to avenge the death of her father seems extinguished which when extrapolated leads to poor script.The only thing the was prominent about Yami Gautam was her heavy make up which tells a lot about the modern day Bollywood. Amit Sadh the volatile character of the entire movie show his potential and gives his 100% to mark his territory in Indian Cinema.
Such movies could shape the view on Indian politics and inspire youth to take action upon the modern day scenario but the blow average direction of Ram Gopal Verma acted as an obstacle for this movie to pass with flying colours. The cast seemed to try level best to compensate for the poor sketch but couldn’t render it completely.