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5 reasons that make ‘Indu Sarkar’ a must watch!
As mentioned, 'Indu Sarkar' is a political drama with backdrop of emergency. The then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had called for a state of emergency in the year 1975. It lasted for 21 months leading to a political unrest. In one of the interviews, Madhur Bhandarkar had stated that his film is about how the freedom of expression and civil liberties were suppressed during those times. It wouldn't be wrong to say that the emergency era did bring about a major change in the game of Indian politics and hence, this surely makes an interesting plot for a film.
Madhur Bhandarkar is undoubtedly one of the finest filmmakers we have in our industry. He has created masterpieces like 'Fashion', 'Page 3', 'Chandni Bar', 'Corporate' and many more. He is a visionary man and it reflects in the films that he makes. Going by the trailer of 'Indu Sarkar', there is no denying that this film too is going to be an extension of his brilliance.
After an impressive intense performance in 'PINK', we will see Kirti Kulhari in yet another intense role. She plays an orphan who unfortunately becomes the one to suffer, thanks to emergency. The trailer gives us a glimpse of her strong yet fragile character, who manages to captivate your attention like no one else. You empathise with the character and that sure is a sign of a good actor. If nothing else, one can watch this film to witness Kirti Kulhari's acting prowess.
Transformation of Neil Nitin Mukesh and others
Apart from Kirti, stars like Neil Nitin Mukesh and Anupam Kher have pivotal roles to play in this film. Special credits can be given to Neil as he has transformed himself completely for this film. His look and character seems to be that of Sanjay Gandhi and we were left completely in shock to witness the transformation he has undergone to look and be like Sanjay Gandhi.
The release of 'Indu Sarkar' has not been a cakewalk. The film had to overcome many hurdles in order to get a release. It suffered backlash from political parties because it is a political drama that highlights the true colours of politicians.
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