Sarkar (film)

2005 film by Ram Gopal Varma

Sarkar (Hindi: सरकार, Urdu: سرکار, translation: Government; colloquially, a title used in Hindi, to address someone of authority) is a 2005 Hindi film, directed by Ram Gopal Varma and starring Amitabh Bachchan in the title role.

There are no rights and wrongs. Only power.

Subhash Nagare 'Sarkar':Edit

  • There are no rights and wrongs. Only power.
  • Power is gained by joining people together, not by making them go against you.
  • [to one of his minions] When this gentleman hears that person's name again, I want to see a smile on his face. I do not want to know who it is.

Swami VirendraEdit

  • The body is a suit for the soul... by killing Sarkar you are setting his soul free... so you are not really killing him.


Selva Mani: I, Selva Mani... Style South, operation complete North...

Swami Virendra: [during meditation he realizes Shankar is in his house with his gang] In the Bhagwad Gita it says...
Shankar Nagre: [interrupting] I don't believe in God.

Shankar Nagre: [discussing his business abroad] Everything is fine, my partner and I are doing well...
Subhash Nagare 'Sarkar': Your partner's name is Pooja, isn't it?
[Everything freezes and the tension begins to build, as Shankar slowly faces his father]
Shankar Nagre: Yes.
Subhash Nagare 'Sarkar': When will you introduce her to us?
Shankar Nagre: Whenever you have the time.
[the tension is relieved, and father and son exchange awkward grins]


  • 'There are no Rights and Wrongs. Only Power' - Sarkar


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