Sarkar 3 is an upcoming Indian political crime thriller film, directed by Ram Gopal Varma, and co written by Ram Gopal Varma, and Nilesh Girkar. This is the third installment of the Sarkar film series which stars Amitabh Bachchan again in the lead role along with Ronit Roy,Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Amit Sadh and Yami Gautam.
“Radha” Movie Cast & Crew:
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Produced by: Rahul Mittra, Anand Pandit, Gopal Shivram Dalvi, Krishan Choudhary, WeOne
Screenplay by: Ram Gopal Varma
Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam, Ronit Roy
Music Director: Ravi Shankar
“Radha” Movie Story Line:
Annu Karkare (Yami Gautam) conspires and attempts to avenge the death of her father, for which she blames “Sarkar” (Amitabh Bachchan). Juxtaposed with the situation is Sarkar’s own personal battles with his volatile grandson Shivaji Nagre or “Cheeku” (Amit Sadh). Parallely the political and corporate diaspora pose threats to Sarkar’s dominance. Assisted by his aide Gokul Satam (Ronit Roy), Sarkar deals with one of his greatest adversaries in the form of Michael Valya (Jackie Shroff) and the moody and seemingly violent politician Govind Deshpande (Manoj Bajpayee).
In the third part of the series, the number of foes has risen, and at each step, a new challenger shows up. This includes a thundering Manoj Bajpayee, a crafty Rohini Hattangadi, a madly vamping Jackie Shroff who is to be seen hanging out with a bikini-clad buxom babe for the most part, and other sundries.
The previous editions of Sarkar worked because Bachchan was given worthy opponents, and the semblance of a story. Here, RGV completely dispenses with such things as plot, as he goes about getting his characters to mouth long-winded dialogues minus punch. He also surrounds Bachchan with the earnest young Amit Sadh, who is miscast as Shivaji, the vengeful-grandson-who-would-be-Sarkar. As his faithful lieutenant, Ronit Roy is competent, but familiar. Where’s the novelty?
The iconic actor (Amitabh) is in top form, mesmerizing you with his grey shades and grey irises. Coming to the all-important question—is Ram Gopal Varma of Shiva, Satya, Company and the first part of Sarkar back in form? Well, you can see some flashes of the filmmaker’s intensity here. His Mahabharatha tale or palace politics as it is termed, plays out uninterruptedly. However there isn’t much intrigue because most of the twists are easy to guess. Some of the dialogue is pithy but then again, this accounts for little.”
“Most of Sarkar 3 is a remake of Sarkar. Nagre is still dealing with absolutely similar problems in absolutely similar manners. Sarkar 3 has enough moments to make you revisit the earlier films. That’s both good and bad. Good because you still love Sarkar, and bad because it won’t let you love Sarkar 3.”
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