First of all I will like to state that SARKAR is not at all copy of the classic ‘Godfather’. Sarkar does have some common sequences but similarity ends there. And obviously credit goes to RGV for giving SARKAR very earthy and Indian treatment. Basically, SARKAR is a story of Subhash Nagare aka SARKAR (Amitabh Bachchan) who is law himself. It’s a story of SARKAR and his two sons and the power game revolving these characters. Big B plays SARKAR and I can not imagine any other actor playing this role after watching a movie. For Big B SARKAR is another feather in the cap. Once again he shows that he is the real badshah of bollywood. In fact all the actors have played their role with conviction. With SARKAR Abhishesk Bachchan once again shows that he is still in the race. Kay Kay is one another actor to watch out for. The movie is fast paced and thanks god that there are no songs in the movie. The plot has been built very brilliantly. The connections between underworld and politicians and all other aspects of this nexus shown are excellent. You come out of theater with few sequences. When Shankar (Abhishek Bachchan) kills Vishnu (Kay Kay) and the meeting between Rashid and SARKAR. Background score is another most important character in the film. Amar Mohile and his team have done a great job. The only drawback of the film I feel is its Mumbai-Maharashtra centric storyline, which will not appeal at all India level from business point of view. Finally, SARKAR is the movie to watch. After NAACH RGV strikes back again with SARKAR.

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