Ram Gopal Varma and Amitabh Bachchan collaborate once again with the third part of 'Sarkar' after a hiatus of 9 years with 'Sarkar 3' and they are sure to create magic at the box office.
The movie's first trailer starts with the dialogue, "Yeh aadmi tab tak nahi haarega jab tak janta uski taraf hai" which shows the intensity of the film and Amitabh's character who has lost his two sons, can be seen in an angrier look ready to set the screen ablaze.
Manoj Bajpayee, Jackie Shroff, Yami Gautam, Amit Sadh and Ronit Roy have been the newest additions to the third instalment of the 'Sarkar' franchise. With the addition of maverick actors like Manoj and Jackie who will be getting into negative shades. Amit and Yami both have proved their acting abilities with their recent box office outings. 'Sarkar 3' surely seems to have one of the most interesting stars to look out for.
The Shahenshah of Bollywood who was last seen in 'Pink' will be returning back to the big screen with character of Subhash Nagre. Apart from his stellar performance, Amitabh has even sung a Ganesh Aarti in the movie, which is considered as one of the main highlights of the movie.
Bollywood's bhidu Jackie Shroff will be seen sharing the screen with Amitabh Bachchan once again in 'Sarkar 3' after the release of 'Eklavya: The Royal Guard' which released over a decade ago. Jackie who plays the role of Michael Vallya in the movie will be seen as one of the adversaries of Sarkar. With powerhouses like Jackie and Manoj Bajpayee standing against Amitabh Bachchan’s Subhash Nagre, the battle for power is sure to raise the tempo of the film.
The third film of the 'Sarkar' franchise will see Sarkar battling against greater odds as compared to the earlier instalments. This time Subhash Nagre will be seen battling it out against Michael Vallya (Jackie Shroff) and Govind Deshpande (Manoj Bajpayee) for political dominance. Apart from facing threat from outer sources, Sarkar will be seen battling against his own grandson Shivaji Nagre (Amit Sadh) with whom he has personal differences.
The 'Sarkar' franchise has been inspired by the 1972 film - 'The Godfather'. Amitabh Bachchan plays the role of Subhash Nagre, which is considered to be based on Maharashtrian politician Bal Thackeray. The first two instalments were well accepted by the critics and fans. The third instalment has stirred a great amount of intrigue due to Amitabh Bachchan's fierce act in the film.