Blind critic movie review of Sarkar 3
A blind perspective:
Ram Gopal Varma is back with Sarkar 3, adding a chapter to the Sarkar series after a long gap of 9 years.
Justifying his statement ‘Mujhe jo sahi lagta hai wo mai karta hu’, Amitabh Bachchan as Subash Nagre yet again knocks down his opponents.
Despite of growing age and losing his two sons, Sarkar is still not mellowed.
With his majestic performance, Amitabh rocks the center stage throughout the story.
Amit Sadh is promising as Shivaji Nagre, Sarkar’s grandson. Ronit Roy and Parag Tyagi are also good as Sarkar’s lieutenants. Yami Gautam plays Annu, Shivaji’s girlfriend. Manoj Bajpayee as a corrupt politician impresses by his act.
Sadly though, Jackie Shroff in lead negative role fails to generate a spark needed.
The music is good especially the Ganpati Aarti sung by Amitabh is mesmerizing. The background score may feel loud at times, but still it goes well with the dialogues and situations.
Unfortunately, due to lack of audio queues, the visually impaired audience must rely on sighted assistance for the action sequences in the movie.
Most of the scenes are indoors and captured in dim light which leaves the low vision audience puzzled.
Even though not as compelling as its previous 2 editions, Sarkar 3 is still worth a watch thanks to a fine story and a superior performance by Amitabh.
If you like suspense thrillers, Sarkar 3 is recommended but sighted assistance is a must.
A sighted perspective:
Sarkar 3 is a Hindi political crime thriller film and is the third part of the Sarkar series.
The film is directed by Ram Gopal Varma. It features Amitabh Bachchan (as Subhash Nagre or Sarkar), Amit Sadh (as Shivaji Nagre or Cheeku), Manoj Bajpayee (as Govind Deshpande), Jackie Shroff (as Michael), Yami Gautam (as Annu), Ronit Roy (as Gokul), Parag Tyagi (as Raman) in important roles.
The film focuses on how power influences people to go against each other. The story deals with the life of Subhash Nagre and how he overcomes his personal battles to defeat the criminal business practices and terrifying conspiracies.
The first half of the film is gripping while the second half is a bit lengthy.
Amitabh’s acting is superb as usual and Amit looks promising. Manoj and Ronit are impressive in their roles whereas, Yami doesn’t have much to do in the film and Jackie does get on your nerves.
The twists and plots in the film are quite predictable but it is the strong background music and timely sound drops which creates excitement throughout the film.
Well, despite of not watching the previous two parts, I completely enjoyed this film. I think it is a powerful movie with just the right amount of family bonding, politics, revenge, betrayal and a message in the end that good always wins over evil. A MUST WATCH!