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Indu Sarkar movie review: Political drama based on Sanjay Gandhi and Indira Gandhi

Indu Sarkar movie review: Political drama based on Sanjay Gandhi and Indira Gandhi
Written by Ravleen Chawla

The film, Indu Sarkar which also features Neil Nitin Mukesh as Sanjay Gandhi plus actress Supriya Vinod as  Indira Gandhi and is all set to hit the theatres on July 28. Indu Sarkar casts comprise Kirti Kulkarni as Indu, and whole Indu Sarkar story revolves around her which showcases Indu is an orphan, who lost her parents when she was a child. She stammers and also loves to write poetry. She grew up in an orphanage with an only aim is to have an elegant house and get married, and ultimately she finds all of them. The most significant part is how she stands up for herself.

All placed throughout the emergency period amid 1975 – 1977, Indu Sarkar is entirely based on the 21-month extended period, when the then Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi had unilaterally affirmed a state of emergency crossways the country. Throughout the emergency period, the pair begins experiencing some difficulty owing to ideologies and beliefs. These problems augment to such a degree that they have to divide and Indu Sarkar goes on a path, which she by no means thought about and becomes a part of the emergency. The Indu Sarkar stars Neil Nitin Mukesh, Anupam Kher, and Kirti Kulhari in the lead roles and is directed by Madhur Bhandarkar.

All the actors including Neil Nitin Mukesh, Anupam Kher, and Kirti Kulhari displayed an exceptional acting skill. The screenplay and drama create the essence of the movie which will keep you wondering looking out for what more the movie has to offer. Overall it’s an eye opener on the situation while emergency of 1975 a movie worth a watch with exceptional actors.

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