Film: Sarkar 3 Director: Ram Gopal Varma; Starring: Amitabh Bachchan, Amit Sadh, Manoj Bajpai, Ronit Roy, Yami Gautam It is easy to see the third instalment of Ram Gopal Varma's Sarkar franchise as an unnecessary carryover of a saga that has lost its relevance and sheen. But Sarkar 3 rises far above the wasteland of a stagnant crime-drama to give us an insight into a life of outlawry that is richly layered with blood and drama. Bal Thackeray is dead. Long live Bal Thackeray.Reviews | May 12, 2017
Ram Gopal Varma has made a career out of gangster movies and now that he is venturing into the digital space, the filmmaker wants to focus on some of the biggest underworld rivalries. The Satya director says he is attracted to gangster dramas because “normal families” are boring. “I am working on a web-series that is based on the underworld and crime. It is going to be more real than what I have done so far in my films,” Varma told. The Satya helmerBollywood | May 3, 2017
Maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma made snide remarks at National Film Awards, saying superstar Aamir Khans decision to skip all award events points out at the losing relevance of the system in India. The director, who often gets embroiled in controversies due to his remarks, tweeted on Sunday that Aamir "doesn't care to be measured by any Indian award committee including National (Film Awards)". He posted: "Fact that Aamir khan, the greatest filmmaker of India does not attend any award events includingBollywood | April 23, 2017
Ram Gopal Varma has earned the wrath of actor Pawan Kalyan's fans after the filmmaker went on to criticise the star's latest Telugu outing Katamarayudu, while also targeting his personal life and family. In a series of late-night tweets on Saturday, Varma spewed venom on Pawan Kalyan. Varma said Pawan Kalyan made profits by selling his film at an exorbitant price to distributors. "Making film in Rs 30 crore, selling at Rs 100 crore and pocketing Rs 70 crore and enjoying daughters' birthdaySouthern Cinema | March 27, 2017
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