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Sarkar 3 Movie Reviews

Ratings:1/5 Review By:Sreehari Nair Site: Rediff
his makes me wonder if Varma's ability for self-destruction was always built into his greatness.Satya ended with Varma talking directly to the audience as he scrawled out: 'My tears for Satya are as much as they are for the people he killed.'Here's what is paradoxical: For sheer power, no imagery he has thought up since beats that white text on black screen.In his interviews, you felt that there burned in Ram Gopal Varma a constant yearning to be viewed as an enigma.If it helps, he has now truly become one.

Ratings:2/5 Review By:Bollywood Hungama News Network Site: Bollywood Hungama
SARKAR 3 being political, there is hardly any place for music (Ravi Shankar), except for a religious Ganpati aarti. The film’s background score is totally disconnected from the ongoings on screen.While the cinematography (Amol Rathod) is average, the film’s editing (Anwar Ali) is terrible. The film even suffers from poor dubbing at many places.On the whole, SARKAR 3 comes across as an old wine in a new bottle and offers nothing new to the audience. At the Box-Office, the movie will find it difficult to sustain and will end with a whimper.

Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Raja Sen Site:NDTV
I do hope this is the end of the Sarkar saga. We know Varma, with his incredible lack of self-importance and startling disregard for legacy, can make a sequel to anything. I wish merely for there to be some offers even he would refuse.The plotting is oafish, the character motivations are boringly shallow, and there seems to have been a catastrophic misreading of what palace politics entail.

Ratings:3/5 Review By:Meena Iyer Site:TOI
The brooding palette of shadow and light that has been the trademark of this franchise is retained, as is the Govinda chant that works as a terrific background score. The Ganesh-aarti rendered by Bachchan is spellbinding; the iconic actor is also in top form, mesmerizing you with his grey shades and grey irises. For his legion of fans, this one is an important outing. Amit, Manoj, Jackie and Ronit lend weightage. However, the actresses--Yami, Supriya and Rohini are short-changed.

Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Gupta Site:indianexpress
Bachchan’s dialogue writers make a mistake here. They have given him very superficial lines. He keeps repeating lines such as ‘jaan se maar dunga’ and ‘main naatak kar raha tha’ which eventually dilutes the essence of him being a miser with words. It hampers his gravitas.

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Rohit Vats Site:hindustantimes
Bachchan’s dialogue writers make a mistake here. They have given him very superficial lines. He keeps repeating lines such as ‘jaan se maar dunga’ and ‘main naatak kar raha tha’ which eventually dilutes the essence of him being a miser with words. It hampers his gravitas.

Ratings:2/5 Review By:Surabhi Redkar Site:koimoi
For those who loved Sarkar, I bet Sarkar Raj was disappointing, well it continues to deteriorate from that film. Watch it if you’re an out and out Big B fan.
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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Manjusha Radhakrishnan Site:Gulfnews
Varma sticks to business of creating a political quagmire filled with deceit, betrayal and double-crossing. The twists in the second-half in this thriller may not be mind-boggling, but it’s engaging enough to make us sit it out. But this whole drama may make you wonder if Sarkar, the commanding chief, should gracefully retire from the political scene? Just a thought.

Ratings:2/5 Review By:Anita Iyer Site:khaleejtimes.com
As it is a Ram Gopal Varma movie, you expect long dialogues, tight shots of random things like the puppy in Sarkar's living room, the Ganesha hanging on the wall, an extremely tight shot of Yami Gautam's eyes from the cup handles and many more. Apart from the superfluous shots, the film also has superfluous characters that don't add much to the storyline. But they do stretch the movie and it seems painfully slow in the second half.Watch the film if you are an Amitabh Bachchan fan as he doesn't fail you.

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