06 Nov 2018 ● Tamil ● 2 hrs 44 mins
Rating: U/A (India), 12A (Ireland)
Release Dates: 06 Nov 2018 (India), 06 Nov 2018 (France), 06 Nov 2018 (Malaysia), 06 Nov 2018 (New Zealand), 06 Nov 2018 (Poland), 06 Nov 2018 (Singapore), 07 Nov 2018 (United Kingdom), 06 Nov 2018 (United States), 06 Nov 2018 (United Arab Emirates)
Tamil Name: சர்கார்
Such a great effort on conveying the message of an individual's voting right & the power of it. Emotional connect, earth shattering dialogues & fantastic take on the current political scenario. Top of it all comes with the majestic screen presence, charismatic energy and lightning performance of Vijay which makes the film a complete entertainer. Those who follow day to day happenings would easily connect for sure.
Vijay comes back with a bang after an year of releasing Mersal. Sarkar is a political drama comprised of current status of Tamil Nadu with good screenplay and excellent cinematography. AR Rahman songs and Bgm's are extra add-ons on why you have to definitely watch this movie in big screen. Vijay's acting is intriguing in almost all the areas of the film except for few scenes where his way of expressing things is not his usual best. Keerthi Suresh and Yogi Babu's roles are more like a cameo with adding little spices here and there. AR Murugadoss has integrated the hard work of all the people who has worked behind the screen and has produced an entertaining film. Definitely a more than one time watchable film that gels with current political drama happening off screen and shows you directions on what can be done on future.