Cast: Vijay,Keerthy Suresh,Varalaxmi Sarathkumar
Director: AR Murugadoss
Vijay-AR Murugadoss combination is back with a political thriller, ‘Sarkar’.
A super successful NRI returns to India to cast his vote in the election but turns out it has already been cast illegally by someone else. What does he do to regain his right?
Sundar (Vijay) is the CEO of the world’s leading company GL. People call him a corporate monster as he has the powers to make or break companies across the globe. During the elections, Sundar comes to Chennai to cast his vote. There he comes to know that his fundamental right was given to an unknown stranger.
Shocked by this, Sundar approaches the court and uses the unfamiliar 49 (P) section to recast his vote. He also inspires lakhs of people who lost their voting rights. This causes the re-elections in Tamil Nadu. But this time, Sundar gets off his CEO chair and join politics. He competes against the biggest political party headed by Pala.Karuppaiah and Radha Ravi. The youngsters and social activists start supporting Sundar. Can Sundar become successful?
Vijay is undoubtedly one of the finest actors and he has given his best performance in the film. His fights, dance, dialogue delivery are topnotch. The film is all about him and it would be an eye feast for his fans.
Pala Karuppiah and Radha Ravi convincingly playing grey politicians. Varalaxmi sticks to one expression throughout the film and it might not convince the majority.
At the end of it all, there is just one man who completely steals the show. Vijay’s charisma, screen presence and charm are absolutely brilliant. He carries his role with style and grit.