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(1883) 4.9 130 min 2017

Sarkar 3 is a movie starring Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, and Manoj Bajpayee. The third film in Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar trilogy, which chronicles the exploits of a powerful political figure.

Starring
Yami Gautam, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Manoj Bajpayee
Genres
Thriller, Crime, Action, Drama
Director
Ram Gopal Varma

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Crime, Action, Drama
Director Ram Gopal Varma
Writer Ramkumar Singh, P. Jaya Kumar, Nilesh Girkar, P. Jaya Kumar
Stars Yami Gautam, Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Manoj Bajpayee
Country India
Also Known As Government 3
Runtime 2H 10M
Description The third film in Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar trilogy, which chronicles the exploits of a powerful political figure.

Top reviews

Saturday, 30 May 2020 17:17

I had the pleasure of watching "Armitage" and "Midway" in the movie theater as they were shown in India, and I enjoyed both of these films immensely. "Kharkee" is the same. In both, three military men who have previously fought against the American in a previous war join forces to fight an insurgency against the Soviets in Afghanistan. In each case, they work closely together to succeed. They share a common enemy: the Taliban. Their common enemy is the Taliban, which has become a key sponsor of terrorism and instability in the region. These men are not leaders, but neither are they villains. Each has different reasons for joining them. In the first case, a young young officer who is initially reluctant joins them because he is angry at the high levels of corruption and incompetence in the Afghan military. He, too, has an issue with the Taliban, but the reasons are different. In the second case, a single-minded single-minded soldier who has participated in combat in Iraq says that he is in no hurry to go back to his home country, but he is eager to be sent to a combat zone. He, too, is fighting the Taliban. Finally, a young male officer in Afghanistan is injured and assigned to serve in the hospital. He, too, is angry at the Taliban, but his motives are different. In the final case, a young young officer who has volunteered for the army is a member of a small unit whose members are thought to be defectors from the Taliban. He, too, has an issue with the Taliban, but he is frustrated by them. Unlike his former comrade, he believes that the Taliban are using the Afghanistan war as a recruiting tool. He is, too, a militant who, like the rest of the platoon, believes that the Taliban are using their war against the Soviet Union to infiltrate the Afghan country and achieve their ends. At first, he is not sure whether he is willing to join them, but, as he fights his way through a bloody battle in a second Afghan village, he will finally realize that, yes, he can and should be a part of this fight. It is this final scene where we witness the maturity of the actors in their roles. This is a film about the lives of ordinary people, who are usually told that they are important and important, when in fact, they are often at a loss for words and weak. It is a film about people who have not the opportunity to see their country go to hell. The soldiers themselves are the only people who have had the opportunity to see the damage that they are causing. These men have been trained to use their weapons and learn to fight; these are the ones who have lost the opportunity to see their country go to hell, and are in a desperate need to fight their way through the Afghan mountains to reach the medical facilities and hospitals that they will need. As a film, it is very realistic. It is,
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 10:38

Ah, "A" list movie; just like what you could call the big "hit" or "hit-makers" list. If you are one of those fans, you might as well rate this movie with a 10. The only problem I had with this movie was its length. At least the first one was. It's two hours. And I was surprised to see that it doesn't get shorter. If there was ever a movie where this should happen, it is "Lagaan". I was going to call this movie as a "wake up call", but, of course, the director should be a wake up call as well. 'Sarkar 3' is indeed a movie that shined in the screen. A film that started from the ground and finished at the top. A film that has become an industry standard for bollywood. The only thing I can say, is that I wish I had seen the first one first, because it would have given me the best impressions of the movie. 'Sarkar 3' is a flawless movie, that it's worth watching. The first movie, it's a complete fail. The second one was entertaining, but still didn't have any background score to it. The third one had a very good music, but it lacked rhythm. The fourth one had a very good filmography, but lacked an actual story to it. The fifth one was a mix of all the above, but still lacked a plot. This one was the absolute bomb. And I have no complaints at all, other than the length. What makes the first one even more amazing is that it was the first that was completely non-violent. They just didn't have any sort of violence, so you could have maybe called it a morality tale. But the second one, they had something to say about and they did it with a heart. It was also the most violent movie that I had ever seen. I felt the first one was the most violent. Then came the third one and I was appalled by the way it was shot. I mean, the opening was great and there was a shot where the woman got hit by a car. But the film kept dragging on and on and on. So I didn't have any complaints at all, when I think about it. But then comes the sixth movie, and boy did I expect a lot from it. It is a very enjoyable movie and I like how they expanded the background story a bit more. But there is just something that I think was missing from this movie. Something that would make it a masterpiece. The seventh movie was the worst. I don't know what it is. It was a "well done" movie, but it was like it was a moneymaking movie. So what is the big secret behind it? I don't know. But it's just something that just doesn't feel right, I mean, that I never felt like I was watching a classic


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