Indu Sarkar Movie Reviewby Nandishwarreddy.s
Cast:Kirti Kulhari, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Supriya Vinod, Anupam Kher, Tota Roy Chowdhury
Banner:Bhandarkar Entertainment, Mega Bollywood Private Limited
Producer:Bharat Shah, Bhandarkar Entertainment
Release Dt :Jul, 28 2017
Indu Sarkar is the story of Indu (Kirti Kulhari) who is an orphan and dreams of turning a poet. However she gets married to a government offfier Navin Sarkar (Tata Roy Chowdhury) and ends up as a homemaker. During emergency, Indu by an accident lands up in Delhi's Turkman gate slum.She rescues two children after which she comes to know that their parents have been killed. The rest of Indu Sarkar is all about the challenges she faces with the children and the consequences. Watch Indu Sarkar to know about the rest.
Indu Sarkar has many interesting and realistic episodes and the film showcases the struggle of a woman. Each and every character has been well written and well presented. With an interesting twist, the first half convinces the audience and Madhur Bhandarkar works hard not to miss his mark. The dialouges are the major assets of the film.
The second half of Indu Sarkar has been completely focussed on the struggle and Indu Sarkar may not appeal to all the sections of audience. However the gripping narration and the power packed performances lead the film completely. The pre-climax episodes heat up the film and the climax has been well presented. On the whole, Indu Sarkar has been decent but it may not appeal to all the sections of audience.
Kriti Kulhari has been outstanding in the assigned role and she did it with utmost ease and perfection. She has been the major highlight of Indu Sarkar and she carried the entire film on her shoulders. Bengali film actor Tota Roy Chowdhuryhas been realistic throughout the movie. He brough t life for the character of Naveen Sarkar. Neil Nitin Mukesh has been absolutely decent and impressive throughout. All the other actors delivered out their best.
The story of Indu Sarkar has been impressive and it has been penned well. The screenplay and the dialogues look decent and the music, background score have been elevating. The production values have been grand. Madhur Bhandarkar managed to pick the interesting points and narrated quite well.
Indu Sarkar has been presented and narrated well which makes a decent one time watch.