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Sarkar 3 Song Angry Mix: Do Not Mess With Amitabh Bachchan. Here's Why

The first of Amitabh Bachchan's Sarkar 3 shows Subhash Nagre (aka Sarkar) is getting angrier with each film

  | March 08, 2017 09:19 IST (New Delhi)
Sarkar 3

Amitabh Bachchan in Sarkar 3

Highlights

  • Sarkar 3 is the third film in the Ram Gopal Varma-directed series
  • The Angry Mix is sung by Sukhvinder Singh and Mika Singh
  • The song reuses Sarkar's original background chant of Govinda, Govinda
The first song of Amitabh Bachchan's Sarkar 3 is out and one thing's for sure, Subhash Nagre (aka Sarkar) is getting angrier with each film. This is the third film in the Ram Gopal Varma-directed series which takes forward the story of Sarkar, a Godfather to locals, who has his set of principles and will work accordingly - as we see in the song and the trailer, which released last week. He is suuronded by his enemies, plotters and family members who look like foes, but nothing will bend Sarkar. The song is titled Angry Mix and has been sung by Sukhvinder Singh and Mika Singh. The Angry Mix reuses Sarkar's original background chant of Govinda, Govinda, only, it is three times deadlier.

Watch (out for) Amitabh Bachchan in Sarkar's Angry Mix:
 
 
 


Sarkar 3 stars Amit Sadh as Guddu, Subhash Nagre's irate grandson and Yami Gautam as the daughter of one of Sarkar's former enemies. Jackie Shroff plays Michael Vallya, who it seems wants to bend Sarkar but fails to do so. Rohini Hattangadi plays another antagonist Rukku Bai Devi. Ronit Roy stars as Gokul Satam, Sarkar's right hand man and Supriya Pathak reprises the role of Pushpa Nagre.

We also get glimpses of Abhishek Bachchan, who starred as Subash Nagre's son Shankar in the first two Sarkar films. Clearly, Sarkar has unfinished business which has something to do with his son's death. Aishwarya Rai, who played Anita Rajan, will not reprise her role in the film. However, in the final scene of Sarkar Raj, she took over Shankar's work after his death.

Sarkar 3 releases on April 7, this year.

 
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