Sarkar 3 Movie Reviews


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  • Subhash K Jha

    4.0

    Subhash K Jha | SKJBollywoodNews

    Watch Sarkaar 3 for the way Varma frames the familial feud in flames of fury. The performances are largely effective specially those byRonit Roy and Amit Sadh. The latter comes into his own as Mr Bachchan’s uncontrollable grandson. But above all, this is one more triumphant  celluloid outing for Amitabh Bachchan who invests his role of the aging tiger-neta with a kind of cosmic resonance that goes way beyond that famous baritone.
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  • Meena Iyer

    3.0

    Meena Iyer | Times of India

    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.
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  • Rohit Vats

    2.5

    Rohit Vats | Hindustan Times

    Most of Sarkar 3 is a remake of Sarkar. Nagre is still dealing with absolutely similar problems in absolutely similar manners.But there is one good thing about Sarkar 3. Ram Gopal Varma is a step closer to regain his touch. Veerappan showed he is not out of the game, and Sarkar 3 suggests he is on a comeback. He should also be lauded for a great ensemble cast.
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  • FridayMoviez Reviewer

    2.5

    FridayMoviez Reviewer | FridayMoviez

    Though the film boasts of a stellar starcast and a storyline which would been much more crispier, Amitabh Bachchan is that knight in the shining armour which saves the film from ruining it further. 
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  • Sreeju Sudhakaran

    2.0

    Sreeju Sudhakaran | Bollywood Life

    No two words about this…Sarkar 3 is a huge letdown for those who expected RGV to make a major comeback here. If only the maverick director had spent less time trolling Tiger Shroff and Vidyut Jammwal and instead focused on his craft, perhaps the trilogy could have been given a fitting farewell. Forget being The Godfather 3, Sarkar 3 ends up as The Hangover 3 of its Godfather-inspired franchise. Save for Amitabh Bachchan’s dependable performance and the final twist, Sarkar 3 is avoidable!
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  • Rajeev Masand

    2.0

    Rajeev Masand | IBNLive

    Sarkar 3 is an improvement on many of Varma’s recent films, which, quite frankly, were unwatchable to say the least. Yet it’s steeped in familiarity and an overwhelming sense of repetition and pointlessness. Did we really need another Sarkar film? Sadly, the answer is no.
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  • Surabhi Redkar

    2.0

    Surabhi Redkar | Koimoi

    In the times of Modi Sarkar, Sarkar 3 is like ‘Kal Ki Baat’.Big B tries hard to keep this poorly scripted film afloat but fails to do so.
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  • Sreeju Sudhakaran

    2.0

    Sreeju Sudhakaran | DNA India

    Even if you are a diehard fan of Amitabh Bachchan, I would recommend you to give this movie a miss. Quite a disappointing way to end the much-loved franchise and Ram Gopal Varma can only blame himself for this.
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  • Samrudhi Gosh

    2.0

    Samrudhi Gosh | India Today

    The first half is engaging enough, but loses its way post the interval. There are loose ends which are never tied, and by the time the climax comes, you have pretty much figured out how it is going to end.Although a maverick filmmaker, RGV has had several hits and misses in his career. The (hopefully) last film of the Sarkar trilogy, unfortunately, is one of the misses.
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  • Rachit Gupta

    2.0

    Rachit Gupta | Filmfare

    Sarkar 3 has the right ideas but it makes a complete mess of its political themes by trying to be quirky for no reason. Had RGV just stuck to intensity and grit, this would’ve been a thrilling comeback for the maverick filmmaker.
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  • Vishal Verma

    2.0

    Vishal Verma | Glamsham

    As and when Amitabh Bachchan comes on screen it reminds of the 2005 Subash Nagre, this deja vu is good for RGV as it still manages to give a glimmer of hope that all is not lost for RGV till yet. His comments on social media may not be taken seriously but still those who have grown up watching his cinema since SHIVA in 1989 know about his capabilities and are still waiting. The sentiments mentioned however are bad for SARKAR 3 as the movie follows the form of the original SARKAR but to diminishing effect.
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  • Mayank Shekhar

    2.0

    Mayank Shekhar | Mid-Day

    One just begins to feel indifferent towards it beyond a point. Which isn’t a good thing, I know. But then, if “it is what it is” kinda casual indifference follows plain dejection, and natural helplessness, then so be it.I liked this film’s end though. You might too. If you can remain fresh and alert enough until then, that is.
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  • IndiaGlitz

    2.0

    IndiaGlitz | India Glitz

    ‘Sarkar 3’ is like a sequeky roar due to bad screenplay and lethargic direction. The movie had all the potential to become big just like a mighty roar of a lion.
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  • Madhuri

    2.0

    Madhuri | FilmiBeat

    In a nutshell, RGV’s Twitter page is much more entertaining than this 132 min borefest! It’s time the filmmaker refurbishes his factory of films. Until then our solace lies in his previous body of work like Satya and Company!
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  • Shubhra Gupta

    1.5

    Shubhra Gupta | Indian Express

    Bachchan shows signs of the towering actor he can be, but is captive to the way his Sarkar has been conceptualized and played: he declaims rather than speaks. And there are moments where you can see flashes of the director RGV used to be, when he pulled off films full of creative leaps, and crazy flourishes.Can RGV be restored to factory settings? I hope so.
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  • Raja Sen

    1.5

    Raja Sen | NDTV

    The plotting is oafish, the character motivations are boringly shallow, and there seems to have been a catastrophic misreading of what palace politics entail. Bajpayee, Bachchan and Ronit Roy are wasted, but have it better than the women. The great Rohini Hattangadi is given nothing to do and vanishes midway through, while Yami Gautam appears incredibly vacuous, the actress perhaps unaware what to do because she doesn’t usually get to stay alive and unharmed in her films.
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  • Manisha Lakhe

    1.5

    Manisha Lakhe | NowRunning

    Sarkar 3 fails on many levels. The film is crammed to the gills with characters and motives that go nowhere. Amitabh Bachchan is earnest but even he cannot prevent the poorly scripted and horribly hammed work from turning into a train wreck.   |
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  • Meeta Kabra

    1.5

    Meeta Kabra | Wogma

    The decision is really easy. Pass this one, unless you have sworn to watch every single Amitabh Bachchan film. Yep, if you are the regular fan, you can easily give it a miss.
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  • Sreehari Nair

    1.0

    Sreehari Nair | Rediff

    Ram Gopal Varma is back with Part Three of that series, which presented to us the first clear evidence that the great man was slipping…
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  • Anna MM Vetticad

    1.0

    Anna MM Vetticad | Firstpost

    Sarkar 3 too is lacklustre and ordinary. Coming from the House of Ram Gopal Varma, in some ways that counts as worse than being bad.
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  • Rohit Bhatnagar

    0.5

    Rohit Bhatnagar | Deccan Chronicle

    Sarkar 3 is an avoidable affair this weekend. Make your and everyone else’s weekend by getting RGV banned from making a highly plausible Sarkar 4.
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  • Shilpa Jamkhandikar

    NR

    Shilpa Jamkhandikar | Reuters

    Bachchan tries hard to channel his inner Vito Corleone for the third time even as the rest of the cast dart piercing looks at each other. Amit Sadh as Cheeku channels so much intensity that you would be forgiven for thinking he was a soldier going off to fight at the border. Thankfully, Ronit Roy is the exact opposite, playing Gokul with dependable efficiency. But that is hardly enough to salvage a film that, like its protagonist, is a mere shadow of its earlier avatars.
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