Sarkar Review :
Movie : Sarkar
Director : A.R. Murugadoss
Producer : Kalanithi Maran
Production Company: Sun Pictures
Music Director : A. R. Rahman
Starring : Vijay , Keerthy Suresh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar
Release Date: 6th November 2018
Sarkar starring Vijay , Keerthy Suresh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, directed by AR Murugadoss has hit the theaters today on 6th November on the occasion of Diwali. Earlier AR Murugadoss made a movie Spyder with Superstar Mahesh Babu which was bombed at the box office. But recently released teasers, trailers and promos of Sarkar have received fantastic response by the movie lovers. The expectations are very high. Let’s see how it is.
Story: Sundar (Vijay) is the CEO of the world’s leading company GL. He returns to India to cast his vote in the election but was shocked after hearing that it has already been cast illegally by someone else. Irked by this incident, Sundar approaches the court and uses the unfamiliar 49 (P) section to recast his vote. He also inspires the other people who have lost their voting rights, which caused the re-elections in Tamil Nadu. Later Sundar decides to join the politics and competes against the biggest political party, which is headed by Pala Karuppaiah and Radha Ravi. What happens next? Will Sundar become successful? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
- Vijay’s performance
- Varalakshmi Sarathkumar
- Action sequences
- Slow Narration
- Screen play
Performance: As usual, Vijay once again proves his capability of carrying a film on his strong shoulders. Vijay completely steals the show with his energetic screen presence and natural swag. Even an ordinary scene has been elevated through Vijay’s dialogue delivery and his trademark expressions. His mass appeal and mannerisms are a feast for his fans. Keerthy Suresh impresses with her cute looks. She has excelled in her role. She is easy on the eyes and fits the bill. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar grabs the attention of viewers with her terrific performance. Pala Karuppiah and Radha Ravi , who play grey politicians are fine. Yogi Babu is too good in his role. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The director’s flat narration kills the movie to an extent. Even though he had a good scope, he lets go of the opportunity. Editing by Sreekar Prasad is not up to the mark as many unwanted scenes could have been removed easily. Cinematography by Girish Gangadharan is good as captures locations in the songs quite well. The music by AR Rahman are top notch but the placement of the songs looks like speed breaker. The Production values are good for this high budget entertainer.
Analysis: On the whole, Sarka is a routine commercial entertainer with a good social message. A R Murugadoss has boldly attacked the corrupt political leaders, especially the ones in the ruling Government. Watch it for the political theme and the performance of Vijay