Sarkar (2005)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama
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Review Summary: SARKAR will meet with diverse reactions. Those into realistic cinema will love the film

Average Critic Rating: (3.16)
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan , Abhishek Bachchan , Tanisha Mukherjee , Katrina Kaif , Rukhsar , Kay Kay Menon , Supriya Pathak , Anupam Kher , Ishrat Ali , Raju Mavani , Zakir Hussain , Srinivasa Rao Kota , Ravindra Kale , Virendra Saxena , Anant Jog , Deepak Shirke , Carran Kapoor , Nisha Kothari , Jeeva , Mangal Kenkre , Saurabh Dubey , Nagesh Bhonsle , Dinesh Lamba , Rushad Rana , Anil Yadav
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Release Date: 07 Jan 2005

Plot: Subhash Nagre ( Amitabh Bachchan ), who is known by his followers as Sarkar, lives in Mumbai. The opening scenes show a rape victim's father ( Veerendra Saxena ) approaching Sarkar (which is parallel to Amerigo Bonasera visiting Don Corleone in The Godfather for same reason) for justice (which the Read more

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SARKAR will meet with diverse reactions. Those into realistic cinema will love the film
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
First, the plusses…
Taran Adarsh, SIFY
Sarkar has an amazing opening sequence.
Raja Sen, Rediff 

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Sarkar - All Reviews

"Sarkar" is a golden opportunity wasted. It could have been the greatest Indian gangster film, a title still retained by Mani Ratnam´s classic "Nayakan". Though drawing inspiration from "The Godfather" both films are not wholesomely faithful adaptations o
Vijay Venkataramanan, Planet Bollywood
All in all, 'Sarkar' scores distinction mark in the litmus test on box office and a perfect film to watch out for
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Expressions and screenplay create maximum impact in the intense drama called 'Sarkar'. It won't be wrong to say that 'Sarkar' stands firm on these two pillars. From the very first shot of Amitabh Bachchan's 'qila' (fort) being projected in a innovative fusion of convex and concave lenses to the last shot where Abhishek Bachchan enters his father's (big) boots to become 'Sarkar', Ram Gopal Verma's genius of creating a spell binding impact is clearly visible. And no! The director didn't go away anywhere to come back in form! He was just waiting for a good enough product to hit back. And he does that in a tremendous fashion !
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