Sarkar, the Most Awaited film of 2018 from the combo of Vijay and Ar Murugadoss, has been released on 6th November for Deepavali.
Sarkar marks the third collaboration between Vijay and AR Murugadoss After Blockbusters like Thuppakki (2012) and Kaththi (2014). Keerthy Suresh Playing the female lead role. The movie also stars Varalakshmi, Karu Palaniappan, Radha Ravi in pivotal roles.
Sundar (Vijay) is the CEO of the world’s leading company GL, known as the corporate monster. Sundar comes to Chennai to cast his vote, he comes to know that his vote was Cased by Someone.
Sundar goes to court and uses the 49 (P) section to recast his vote. Later, he inspires lakhs of people who lost their voting rights which causes re-election in Tamil Nadu. What happens after this rest of the Story.
Director AR Murugadoss has packed strong political content with relevant social issues and current scenario. Thalapathy Vijay Single handedly Rules the film with his screen presence and his dialogue delivery. Keerthy Suresh looks Pretty and her role nothing to do in the story other than being alongside the hero. Varalakshmi as a strong protagonist with Radha Ravi and Pala Karuppaiah does well.
The Weak link of the film is the fight scenes are unrealistic, looks like a Telugu film and also Songs placements in the film are forced and act as speed breakers.
AR Rahman’s songs and background score and Girish Gangadharan’s camera work is top notch. He makes a solid Kollywood debut with his excellent work. Kudos to AR Murugadoss and Thalapathy Vijay, need real guts to Speak about the dark reality of our society.
Sarkar Review & Rating: 2.75/5
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