Sarkar 3 – Trailer Review | India Pages

Sarkar 3 Movie Review

The trailer of the third installment of Ram Gopal Varma’s Sarkar 3 released yesterday. Gritty, intense and powerful – these are words one usually used to describe Ram Gopal Varma’s brilliant gangster sagas in the ’90s and early 2000s. While the world thought that the filmmaker has lost his magic touch, boom – here comes Sarkar 3.

The third part in one of his most popular franchise – Sarkar 3 – marks the return of Amitabh Bachchan as the dreaded gangster politician. The flick is named amongst the most anticipated films of the ongoing year.

Right from the word go, it’s a Big B show all the way. Powerful voice and a menacing look, the mega star’s stances and dialogues are ones that will call for ceetees and taalis in the audience.

The story picks up after both his sons Vishnu (Kay Kay Menon) and Shankar (Abhishek Bachchan) are no more. Nagre is angrier and smarter and now has his grandson Shivaji (Amit Sadh) getting ready for his turn to rattle the system. Sadh looks convincing as the brash grandson and Ronit Roy too seems to be all set for another impressive performance after Kaabil.

With the ensemble cast including big names like Rohini Hattangadi, Jackie Shroff and Manoj Bajpayee, there seems to be a lot to watch out for in the film. Yami Gautam seems to have finally got an image makeover and for a change, she leaves an interesting trail regarding her character in the film with her glimpse in the trailer.

Once again, like the previous films, the dialogues are sharp. Towards the end of the trailer, we even get the famous punch line ‘Mujhe Jo Sahi Lagta Hai, Main Wohi Karta Hoon’.

Of course, it is impossible to imagine Sarkar without the famed ‘Govinda’ track and so that’s another winning point of the trailer.

It is scheduled to hit the screens on April 7, 2017.

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Jeetendra Mehra
Jeetendra Mehra
Jeetendra Mehra has been a visiting faculty for Drama and Theatre for 3 years – Father Agnel’s College Of Engineering, Bandra, Mumbai. After which he joined a cinema advertising – Dimples Cine Advertising firm as their creative head. He has been to various organizations and has served roles in the capacity of a Communications Head & Creative Director in the events and advertising sector.