Sarkar Movie Review

Published On: November 6, 2018   |   Posted By:

Sarkar Movie Review

Sarkar(dubbed from Tamil)
Banner:- Sun Pictures
Release date:-06.11.2018
Censor Rating:-“U/A”
Cast:- Vijay,Keerthy Suresh,Varalakshmi Sarathkumar,Yogi Babu
Story:-A R Murugadoss
Screenplay:-A R Murugadoss
Directed by:- A R Murugadoss
Music:- A R Rahman
Cinematography:-Girish Gangadharan
Editing:-A Sreekar Prasad
lyricists:-Chandra Bose,Vanamali
Producer:- Kalanithi Maran
Run Time:-163 minutes duration


Vijay has earned popularity in both Telugu States with his previous releases.Now he has come up with ‘Sarkar’ which is released today,the 6th November 2018.Let us get in to the story to review the movie.


Sunder Ramaswamy(Vijay)is a CEO in a Renowned World Popular software company.He has created terror among st all Software companies in the World based in America. .Because of this he is called Chen-geese Khan. The person with this sort of image is coming back to India.All are relieved to know that he is coming to India to cast his vote.Sunder is shocked to note that his vote is already cast by somebody.This gives a twist to the story.So what Sunder has done as his vote is exercised by some unknown?What he has done to stop the swearing in ceremony of the chief minister?How he is connected to Leela(Keerthy Suresh) daughter of an MLA? What made Komali Valli(Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar) come from abroad to enter in to politics?Has Sunder achieved his goal in politics? The answers are available on the silver screens.

Vijay in his usual style is impressive.He is seen in most of the run time in the movie and  presented well as a political hero. Murugadoss has taken an interesting subject and with strong screenplay presented well on the screens.Though a dubbed in to Telugu version the dialogues in the climax scene are crisp. Keerthy Suresh does not have much role to play.Varalakshmi Sarath Kumar excelled with her acting skills and is seen in most of the 2nd half. Music by A R Rahman has given some lift to the movie.Production values are rich. Cinematography and editing are done well.

This is a political satire and may be useful to voters in the coming elections.

This can be a better movie for this weekend to watch with families.




Vijay Action

Varalakashmi Sarath Kumar action


No separate comedy track

Missing Telugu nativity.