Sarkar 3

Sarkar 3

Subhash Nagre or Sarkar, the patriarch of the most powerful family of Maharashtra, continues to hold centre-stage because of his immense clout with the masses. In this outing, the Godfather is joined by his grandson Shivaji Nagre who loves and hates his grandfather with equal intensity. Will Shivaji betray Subhash? Or will he become a prey to his grandfather’s machinations?

The third film in Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar trilogy, which chronicles the exploits of a powerful political figure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sarkar 3 torrent reviews

Dan M (gb) wrote: Excellent movie! Well structured

oliver m (ca) wrote: amazin lil' movie. funny - touching - wit! With fantastic performances from Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church :-) and Oliver Platt. Get it!

Matthew S (mx) wrote: Though, at times, Archer's film is pretentious -- Ellen Barkin's performance is strong enough to hold interest. The film has a haunting quality that I quite enjoyed.

PieterJan V (nl) wrote: A boot to the ass of Michael Moore!

Dave S (us) wrote: This could have been a very good and very funny movie. Fell short both in writing, directing and acting. The wedding scene was by far the best part of the movie. The only character that seemed believable and not forced was that of Jack (Peter Ash).

justin (au) wrote: I will have to say this is the best move i have ever seen

Eedee F (it) wrote: Up-lifting, beautiful.

Cameron H (gb) wrote: The acting sucks, the songs suck, the story sucks, the jokes suck. I am happy that Trey Parker eventually created South Park with Matt Stone, to make up for this garbage.

Harry W (it) wrote: My knowledge of American Politics goes about as far as Watergate, any US President that was assassinated and jokes about George W. Bush from Whose Line is it Anyway?, so many of the satirical elements in Bob Roberts won't have the same effect on me that it did on the American crowd.Bob Roberts' main source of comedy is the political satire that surrounds the characterisation of the titular figure, Robert "Bob" Roberts Jr. and so all of the effort falls on Tim Robbins as the writer, director and star of the satirical mockumentary. And he puts all the emphasis on what is important which makes Bob Roberts come out as one of the most clever and originally satirical mockumentaries since Rob Reiner's 1984 "Rockumentary" This is Spinal Tap.Bob Roberts touches upon some sensitive as well as comedic material in Bob Roberts by taking a look at the complicated process of American politics in terms of appealing to voters more based on saying things that sound good to people than on giving out any meaningful guarantees as a politician. I mean, every move Bob Roberts makes is stereotypical of his conservative nature and yet it just sucks the interest of the American public right in. Bob Roberts serves as not just a satirical look at American Political system, but as a commentary on it as well. As it is the political system today in America as well as Australia puts too much focus into appealing to crowds through forging images of a hard working citizen instead of putting intelligent focus into coming up with new directives and positive ways to improve the world. This tends to drive me insane because its some of the most disgracefully lying propaganda in the political world, and its not changing a thing. And Bob Roberts knows this and dedicates its film to pointing out that despite the idiotic nature of its protagonist, people will still vote for and support him at every inch of his career due to his dedication to being seen as an appealing figure by the public.Honestly, anyone fed up with the political system of 1992 can look at Bob Roberts for its nostalgia and for how it commented on the politics from before it, such as the timeframe of the American 1960's from a conservative perspective which is so stereotypical that it is too funny to pass up. And it's hilarious to look at now and realise that the status of politics has actually not developed at all in the 22 years since Bob Roberts is made. I mean the story is so realistic in how it spearheads American politics that it becomes easy to forget that the film is a mockumentary. It feels the most realistic of any politics I've ever seen, even though it's a satire, and so it's safe to say that Tim Robbins deserves serious acclaim for bringing the story to life and making it feel so ultimately genuine as a story.All the real importance in Bob Roberts is how the titular figure is characterised, and his conservative nature is pretty funny such as when he reflects on the 1960's as a time of negativity not for the Vietnam war or due to Watergate, but due to the uprising of American Counterculture and the exploration of such things as sexual freedom. This hilariously sets politicians apart from the real public while it contrasts how politicians attempt to act like members of the public in other ways, and the more you think about it the funnier it is. There is no denying that Bob Roberts is one of the most intelligent things for Tim Robbins to ever have had a hand in creating, and his dedicated passion to the film in terms of writing, directing, acting and playing his musical pieces as he sings with heart in him is just refreshing.And the performances of Alan Rickman and Ray Wise were terrific, as well as Susan Sarandon's cameo being a friendly face, making the univers that Bob Roberts is set in feel a lot more realistic.Bob Roberts is one of the most realistic political films ever made, even as a satirical mockumentary, and even though its humour is rather scattershot in terms of actually hitting laughter at times it is a consistently intelligent and original tale of a man who beat the odds and succeeded in election.

Jim M (br) wrote: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor causes 5 friends at a New Hampshire collage to debate the pro's and con's of enlisting. Meh. Writer/Actors/Director never sold me that the character where Collage students in 1941. Rather they come off as inventions of a writer/director in 1991 and his own musings. Worse is the incredably talky nature of the movie. Well other films can use that to there advantage if the talent is there on screen (see Spanish Judges and Conspiracy) here the acting is uneven, some good moments but not worth sitting threw the many scenes where the actings on par with a Grade 10 highschool play. Worse the two friends, Tim the pro-war kick ass one, and Kip the conscentious objector war is wrong one both come across as assholes, making sympathy for ether one impossable, since there in almost every scene this makes for a long 90 minutes. Skip it.

Peter H (es) wrote: Not a great film, to be honest, looks like the budget was low, creativity also low and story was lacking in depth..

Zach C (br) wrote: For those who haven't yet seen this film let me make the description of it much clearer than all the others I have seen. Every scene in this movie is a sex scene. Let me repeat that. Every scene in this 105-minute film is a sex scene. It includes graphic sex and all the sexual organs. To put it bluntly, there is more sex in this film than actual pornographic films. The only reason this did not garner an X-rating is because it skirts by on the notion of artistry. Is there a metaphor? Possibly. Must it's mostly pseudo-intellectual pornography.

Amelia T (ru) wrote: Not a bad storyline, if a bit .. dull.

MF J (ru) wrote: It's funny because when this film came out everyone thought it would be a dud since Jessica Simpson was in it. Actually it's a pretty cool independent low budget film with some great ideas, a cool cast & some really funny jokes. Dane Cook & Dex Shepard are particularly great in this comedy about employees from a big shopping center who are competing for the title of employee of the month just to get a shot at going out with the cute blond girl (that is Jessica Simpson). Nice film.

Phani T (gb) wrote: An interesting premise, that for a change is decently followed through by the movie.Ok watch.

Carlos G (ca) wrote: Watching this 20 years or so later it doesn't past the age of time.