Just before the film starts, it’s a film’s norm to add disclaimers about resemblance to real life incidents or not, disclaimers about smoking, religion, harm to animals, etc. And now, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has asked the Sarkar 3 makers to add disclaimers not just in the film but also trailers.
This is the third part of Sarkar starring Amitabh Bachchan. Ever since the series of films have come, the character Amitabh plays is believed to be resembling that to one of the most influential and popular politicians, Late Balasaheb Thackeray. And now it came to news that few of the dialogues and scenes of the film are quite similar to the politician. Therefore, to keep a cool atmosphere, the CBFC has asked the filmmaker to add a disclaimer that would be a usual one stating it doesn’t resemble to any character living or dead.
It is said that the CBFC was not very conscious about these disclaimers in the first two films but the things changed after the death of the politician in 2012 and therefore, a sense of seriousness has occurred for Sarkar 3.
Ram Gopal Varma is said to have agreed to this as he also thinks it’s better to be cautious than landing into troubles later.
The film also stars Manoj Bajpayee, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam, Jackie Shroff among others. It is said to hit the screens this April. Well! Let’s hope everything goes smooth with the film.
Sarkar and Sarkar 2 had Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai in the second part. Katrina Kaif had a little role to play in the first film.