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Sarkar Movie Review

Sarkar Movie Review

Release Date: Tuesday 6th November 2018

Cast: Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Varalakshmi Sharat Kumar, Yogi Babu, Radha Ravi and others


Sundar (Vijay) who is CEO of a global company in USA comes down to India to cast his vote in the polls, but he finds that his vote has already been cast by some other person. Sundar takes legal course to stop the counting process till he gets the chance to vote again.

Due to his action, the newly elected government is stalled to take the charge in office. A series of incidents provoke him to launch a party to fight in the polls.

Will Sundar succeed in bringing change in the state


Director Murugadoss has special knack in narrating a story with social cause as the central theme in a gripping way. He disappointed all with Mahesh Babus Spyder, but he has now come up with a film that has his trademark style here and there.

The idea of protagonist approaching the court when he finds that his vote was misused by another person and he bringing notice to the court about the existence of a section in law that allows the election commission to stop counting is a solid point.

Murugadoss has established this point quite well in the beginning. Thus the first half makes fairly good watch despite some issues. The interval twist is also perfect with his trademark waiting bang. By and large, the first half of the movie works neatly.

Generally, Murugadoss reserves his best for the final portions. However, here the film turns dull with Vijays fight with the politicians is told in routine and regular manner which we have seen in umpteen other movies. His battle with CM and his daughter Varalakshmi doesnt provide any novelty either.

Vijay trying to bring change with the help of local youth and people building movements using Facebook Live and social media have no strong connect as such scenes were used in a better way in some of the recent movies.

The best scene in the second half is when he tries to convince the doubtful fishermen folk in the colony with an emotional story of his roots. Other than this, the second half falls flat. The conflict point is superficial.

Vijay keeps on saying that he would raise the questions to the ruling government much like Pawan Kalyan. Perhaps, this film would have been wellsuited for Power Star.

Moreover, the romantic thread on Vijay and Keerthy is awkwardly bad. Keethy Suresh appears as a prop, more than a woman with an identity or character.

Overall, Sarkar is a political movie with predictable scenes and decent first half. It may work for Vijays fans in Tamil Nadu, but for Telugu audiences, it is an average show.

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