What is it about?
Sarkar or Subhash Nagre (Amitabh Bachchan) who is people's favorite and holds complete support from the common man is hated by the opposition and business tycoon because he cannot get him into their hands for all wrong moves. Amitabh Bachchan's loyalty is hated by politicians, business tycoons, industrialists and other real estate people who come together to kill him. In Sarkar 3, Amitabh's grandson Shivaji (Amit Sadh) also has equal importance who at one point of the film becomes the main character.
What makes up the film?
Sarkar 3 is a revenge battle with different people having different reasons to take over Sarkar and to kill him for his evilness towards them. Interestingly, his grandson also has a grudge to betray him for his father's death. The plot goes through the suspense of finding who could have killed each of the characters in the screenplay with creating doubt in the viewer's mind. Finally, it takes through a perfect climax to reveal the suspense.
What doesn't work?
Weak characterisation is the first big let down of the film, followed by the weak screenplay which does not grip the audiences. Sarkar 3 does not take the plot to the next level, there is always a comparison for a sequel, and this sequel doesn't carry the film to next level. The film promises to be a political drama just has one fight sequence and which also does not impress the audiences.
Amitabh Bachchan's charisma has worked big time on screen. His sharp crispy dialogues have worked brilliantly. The cinematography of the film is also to be credited which does not disturb the viewers and has absolute control on perfect frames till the end of the film. Above all Sarkar 3 has a pefect climax which is a big plus to the film.
Sarkar 3 is a political drama which introduces Sarkar's grandson in this sequel who joins Amitabh in doing good to people and successfully enters politics alongside his grandfather. Apart from this inclusion, this series does not promise anything new.